Oculus muestra los PCs certificados para la VR.


Desde Oculus se muestran las primeras PCs certificadas por la empresa para que funcione de manera correcta su hardware VR Oculus Rift. Las PCs son de diferentes marcas, pero todas cuentan con un recio especial por introduccion de USD$1499 dolares. Cualquier modelo cuenta con el Oculus Rift, el sensor remoto, el control Xbox One y una copia de Lucky’s Tale y Eve: Valkyrie Founder’s Pack.


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Today we’re excited to introduce the first Oculus Ready PCs from ASUS, Alienware, and Dell! These PCs have been battle tested and certified by Oculus to deliver an incredible Rift experience. We’re also thrilled to announce that starting February 16 at 8am Pacific Time, you can pre-order Oculus Ready PC and Rift bundles from Best Buy, Amazon, and the Microsoft Store, starting at $1499 USD for a limited time only.

All bundles include an Oculus-certified PC and everything that comes with Rift – the headset, sensor, remote, an Xbox One controller, EVE: Valkyrie Founder’s Pack, and Lucky’s Tale!

Pre-orders for Oculus Ready and Rift bundles will ship in limited quantities to select countries and regions from retail partners starting in April.


For those who’ve already pre-ordered Rift, you’ll be able to purchase discounted Oculus Ready PCs in select countries and regions. To claim your discount, check your order status and opt into partner offers if you haven’t already. Offer codes will appear on your order status page February 16.

Is your PC ready for Rift?

To get the full Rift experience, you’ll need a PC that meets or exceeds our recommended system specifications. Use the Oculus compatibility tool to check whether your current PC is ready for Rift. Simply download the tool, and it’ll automatically test your computer against our recommended system specifications.

If you need a new PC to power Rift, Oculus Ready machines are the best way to make sure you have everything you need to get started! – The

Oculus Team
Juegos como Elite Dangerous te piden como mínimo 980 de 4G para hablar de la VR, veremos hasta que punto estos pcs dan de sí en VR...
Mismos ingenieros de Oculus recomiendan GPUs de AMD, pero si debe ser de gama alta.
2500 $ el Alienware Area 51 y sólo tiene una 980?
Con menos dinero te montas un PC con una Titan X.
Y proximamente el gremio de programadores/desarrolladores tendran sus conferencias enfocadas a la realidad virtual de como usarla y como implementar sus proyectos.

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Mintras tanto Valve saca un software para medir si8 nuestro PC esta listo para la VR.
No requiere de tener los googles VR, ya que unicamente analiza la potencia del CPU y GPU.


Mientras tanto AMD da un avance de la conferencia que hara en la GDC 2016, la cual llamara 'Capsaicin'.

Named after the compound that delivers a pepper’s spicy kick, “Capsaicin” will explore the inner essence of the graphics processing unit (GPU) and how it powers innovations in gaming and virtual reality. The webcast will feature an inside look at the latest technological advancements affecting the enthusiast and developer communities as they approach the burgeoning virtual reality market.

A real-time video webcast of the event will be accessible on AMD’s Investor Relations home page: ir.amd.com. A replay of the webcast can be accessed a few hours after the conclusion of the live event and will be available for one year after the event. A replay of the webcast will be accessible on the AMD YouTube channel.
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