Google Store begins selling VR glasses, although so far only in the US

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    Google Store VR

    there is little doubt as this 2016 will be remembered as the year of virtual reality with Oculus, HTC Live and PlayStation VR as standard bearers, but do not forget the Cardboard from Google that surprised half the world when they were lanzadas year and a half ago and now they have begun to be sold in Google Store .

    In the United States online store Google Store has released the new category of virtual reality with which have started selling virtual reality glasses certified Cardboard to be used with our phones as screen. Currently there are three VR glasses that are selling in the US

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    Google Cardboard

     Cardboard

    The original Google cardboard cardboard can be purchased for $ 15 a unit or $ 20 two units.

    Mattel View-Master

    Mattel View Master

    Mattel View-Master is put on sale for $ 30 in an initial pack that includes an adapter for the iPhone and reel to enjoy the Virtual / Augmented Reality. These glasses are made of polycarbonate.

    Goggle Tech C1-Glass

    Goggle Glass Tech C1

    Goggle Tech C1-Glass (not to be confused with Google) was put on sale at $ 15. They are normal type glasses from our it links the your mobile. They are just a little bigger than glasses and includes a microfiber pouch for transportation and cleaning. It is the most convenient to carry model

    More information. | Google Store
    Engadget Android | Las new virtual reality glasses of Google would see the light this year


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    Engadget Android

    Google Store begins selling VR glasses, although so far only in the US
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    March 1, 2016

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