Feb 19, 2019
Oculus founder sends free repair kits for Rift headsets
Former Facebook employee and Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey is helping to repair VR headsets free of charge. Long-term users of Facebook's Oculus headset have complained about audio loss in one or both earpieces. Despite leaving the company in 2017, Mr Luckey is offering to ship his custom repair kit to gamers who aren't able to get their headsets replaced by Oculus. Facebook acquired Oculus VR in 2014 for a reported $2bn. Its Oculus Rift headsets, which cost £349 and went on sale 2016, give players an immersive gaming experience. Gamers who aren't eligible for a headset replacement from Oculus can now forward their correspondence to Mr Luckey to receive a free Rift Repair One kit.
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