Gear VR 2 Samsung VR Headset 2016
Samsung Gear VR 2 Headset, Accelerometer/Gyro Sensor/Proximity Sensor, 2016 Model
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You're ready to explore new worlds, engage in tense action. You need a headset that's well made, and engineered to fit better than ever before. Like the Gear VR.
The Galaxy connection
Gear VR works seamlessly with Galaxy smartphones using Micro USB connection. Simply plug in the phone to begin.
This is where your VR journey begins. Browse through games and experiences or explore what's new on the Oculus Store. Meet up with friends and discover a world of possibilities all from your virtual home.
Features Complete focus
With the Gear VR you get a bigger field of view, smoother images. Incredibly low light leakage and reflection prevention. It's game on
With a tap or a swipe. The larger and now completely flat touchpad exists for precision and control. The new Home Key takes you straight back to Oculus Home.
Gear VR, powered by Oculus, lets you travel across the galaxy, build expansive cities, battle unbelievable monsters and more. Immerse yourself in entertainment like never before—the ever-expanding collection of amazing Gear VR experiences awaits.
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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Date Issued: 23rd Jun 2017
Virtual reality is often cited as the next big thing in consumer technology, yet the concept seems outlandish and millions of us have absolutely no experience with VR devices, making it difficult to know exactly where to get started.