As a first-generation VR product, the Oculus Rift delivers an impressive amount of immersion. The big downside is its price, as well as the fact that it requires a PC gaming rig. For most people, it might be wiser to wait until the price drops for high-end VR.
- It's capable of fully immersing you in virtual worlds
- The headset is light and comfortable
- Offers a solid ecosystem of VR apps and games
- It's too expensive for most, and requires a powerful gaming PC
- Glasses wearers will have to deal with some slight discomfort
- Motion controller not available at launch
- Might lead to motion sickness
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