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Xbox One Editions

Take your gaming skills to a whole new level with Xbox. Featuring innovative game consoles, plus Xbox Live, and the most sought-after game titles and accessories, Xbox make it easy to immerse yourself in all the action. Discover just a few of the ways Microsoft make it possible.
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Samsung Gear VR (2016) Review

Affordable. Easy to attach. Great audio-visual quality for a phone-based VR accessory. A growing library of apps and games. This model is more comfortable than earlier versions, and you can charge the phone while using it. I remember putting the Samsung Gear VR on my face and being blown away by the experiences it created. It was my first take-home doorway into virtual reality. That was December, 2014...
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OCULUS RIFT: Welcome To The Future

Samsung’s Gear VR and Google Cardboard were just the start. The HTC Vive (coming soon) is the big competitor. And PlayStation VR, coming in October, may well be VR’s mass market breakthrough. But the real race begins here and now, with the Oculus Rift.
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Google Cardboard Review

Google Cardboard is a fun, inexpensive way to turn nearly any Android phone or iPhone into a virtual reality viewer, allowing nearly anyone to get in on the fun. Hold Cardboard up to your face and it's hard to escape the notion that Google is, in a word, kidding.
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HTC Vive Review

The HTC Vive offers a flat-out amazing virtual reality experience with sharp visuals, great motion controls and full-room sensing to walk around in virtual space. Vive hardware can help indicate where your walls are, and an in-helmet camera can be used to see your space with the headset on.

How to build a VR-ready PC

The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are here. But your PC has to be pretty powerful to use these cutting-edge VR headsets. If your PC is lacking performance, don't worry. We're going to show you how to build a VR-ready PC.