Want Cardboard VR Headset? OnePlus Is Giving Them For Free, Just Pay For Shipping

Posted: Jul 4 2015, 1:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Jul 4 2015, 1:16pm CDT, in Technology News


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Want Cardboard VR Headset? OnePlus is giving them for free

OnePlus2 release is just around the corner and the smartphone manufacturer is offering a free Cardboard VR Headset for the launch event

China-based cell phone producer OnePlus has finally released its own particular virtual reality headset made out of cardboard. Initially reported a month ago, OnePlus uncovered that it wanted to show the launching occasion for the forthcoming OnePlus 2 release to the world utilizing VR, instead of an exhausting old video stream in the browser.

To make the innovation more available, the company additionally assembled its own particular fold-out cardboard mount, almost indistinguishable to Google Cardboard, giving you a chance to slide your cellphone inside the crate and watch the screen through little eyeholes. It's essentially a minimal cost distinct option for something like the Oculus Rift. The OnePlus team opened a challenge early this week, doling out 1,000 OnePlus Cardboard contraptions totally free of charge.

Yet, today, anybody can order a unit — and the uplifting news is despite everything they're free, however you'll need to pay for transportation. The expense will rely on upon where you live, however at this very moment in case you're in the U.S. it will set you back $5, while those in the U.K. will need to hack up £5. The units will be conveyed from July 10. OnePlus has picked up a lot of consideration in the course of recent months for the One, a low-value, high-spec Android Smartphone.

OnePlus has boasted about enhancing Google's unique Cardboard plan in various ways. The OnePlus Cardboard will clearly fit the OnePlus One consummately, yet it is said to function admirably with any cell phone that has a screen up to 6 inches in size.

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