With the highly-anticipated Oculus Rift making its final, public debut in the first quarter of 2016, those that don’t own a PC capable of the more demanding system requirements for VR can do so with a fresh system that’s ready for the device right from the gate, as Oculus will unleash a whole line of “Oculus Ready” PC models.
Oculus announced a collaboration with PC manufacturers Alienware, Asus, and Dell to bring a line of “Oculus Ready” PCs to retailers alongside the Oculus Rift’s debut in early 2016. These systems were described by Oculus as a “high-performances PC optimized for the Rift,” with each of the models optimized for Oculus Rift at the recommended system requirements for the headset.
The line of “Oculus Ready” PCs will include options from Alienware, Asus, and Dell: the cheapest model from the lineup so far comes from Asus at $949, while the rest of the systems from Alienware and Dell are being offered starting at $999.
The Oculus Rift VR Headset is expected to release in Q1 2016 – the new line of “Oculus Ready” PCs in collaboration with Alienware, Asus, and Dell will also release alongside the headset in 2016.