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Oculus Rift S
|Device Type||PC powered|
|Platform||SteamVR, Oculus Home|
|Retail Price||$399 with controllers|
|Display Type||Single LCD|
|Subpixel Layout||RGB stripe|
|Resolution (per eye)||1280x1440|
|Refresh Rate||80 Hz|
|Field of View||88° horizontal, 88° vertical, 124° diagonal|
|Passthrough||Grayscale via tracking cameras|
|IPD Range||58-72 mm software adjustable|
450 g without headstrap
500 g with headstrap
|Material||Plastic, foam facial interface|
|Headstrap||Hard retractable padded halo strap|
|Tracking Type||6 DoF Inside-out via 4 integrated cameras|
|Controllers||2 x Oculus Touch (second generation) (6 DoF)|
|Input Methods||Capacitive face buttons, capacitive joystick, capacitive touch pad, capacitive index trigger, middle finger trigger|
|Finger Tracking||Partial finger and thumb tracking via capacitive sensors|
|Battery Life||20 hours|
|Speakers||Integrated stereo speakers|
|3.5mm Audio Jack||Yes|
|Video Connection||DisplayPort 1.2, USB 3.0|
The Oculus Rift S is a virtual reality headset manufactured by Oculus. It was released in May 2019, following an announcement in March the same year. It is the company's fifth VR headset release.
- This headset requires a connection to a PC in order to be used.
- This headset has a low horizontal field of view. 88°
- This headset does not require external base stations.
- This headset can be purchased with two 6DoF controllers.
The Rift S was developed in a partnership between Oculus and Lenovo. It was launched alongside the Oculus Quest, both of which are the company's first headsets to use inside-out tracking.