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Light on details.
$799, April 15th.
Provisional AR/VR standard available now.
Now has wand controllers.
Adds Viveport Infinity sub, too.
Not Half-Life 3, though. Probably.
Future Vives sure to get Type-C connectivity.
Windows 10, Vive, Nvidia exclusive.
Powered by Intel's WiGig.
Aims to tempt developers.
25 percent of its workforce.
Adds 1TB, doubles runtime.
Will hit the UK by the end of the year.
'Super limited stock,' apparently.
Promises Taipei expansion.
Offers short-, mid-, and long-range options.
Sony snagging the lion's share.
Nintendo lawsuit in three, two, one...
Cancels Daydream plans, though.
Physical keyboard with its own VR avatar.
Will still build own-brand devices, though.
Switch, PS4, and Xbone versions, too.
It's Motorola Mobility take two.
January 24 2020 | 12:00
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