After three years on shelves, the core Oculus Rift headset is finally getting a refresh. Launching this spring for $399, the Oculus Rift S upgrades Oculus’ flagship PC virtual reality headset with features like a higher-resolution display and better room tracking, all while maintaining support with every game and app in the existing Rift library. It’s become one of our picks for best VR headsets.

Design-wise, the Rift S looks familiar, but with some notable changes. The all-black headset now adorns a Lenovo logo on the side, as the company helped Oculus optimize the device’s comfort and weight distribution. You’re still getting the same Oculus Touch controllers that ship with the original model, allowing you to dive right into games and creative apps right out of the box.


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