Promises performance or power-draw boosts.
Promises desktop support soon.
Free-roam, VR modes too.
Not all-you-can-eat, though.
Will likely stop short of OASIS.
Builds on partnership with Sony.
Walks away with a £17.24M profit.
Does away with the standalone headset.
3,584 cores, 11GB of GDDR5X at 11Gbps, faster than Titan X, and $699.
Looks to follow HTC into the VR market.
Production increasing for April, says House.
Teases OEM headsets by year's end.
Hints at fully playable version to come.
Cross-platform harder than it thought.
Workers paint a disinterested picture.
Suggests a stronger mobile focus.
Coming internationally Q2 2017.
Slightly later than previous rumours.
Sells more than everyone else combined.
'The way they were meant to be played.'
Projects to a virtual display.
For some reason not jointly.
Lower power, wider field of view.
Nvidia exclusive for now, though.
Better performance, improved visuals.
90 minutes of runtime per charge.
Partners with companies from Asus to Lenovo.
Adds fuel to AR headset rumour fires.