Razer has announced a $99 Razer Gaming headset that will be able to support the upcoming Oculus Rift VR headset.
The headset is powered by the latest version of the Razer Rival 2, and is expected to arrive in the next couple of months.
Razer Gaming is a brand name for the company that sells gaming peripherals and gaming headsets.
The company is a partner of Microsoft, and its headset and controller line was previously known as Razer Link.
The Rival2 is the company’s first headset to support Oculus Rift.
Rival is the name of a video game character.
The company has also launched an Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
The headset uses a proprietary form of OLED display technology, which has been used in other VR headsets like the HTC Vive.
The screen has a resolution of 1440×900 pixels, and a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution.
That’s quite a bit higher than the 1,440×1,440 resolution in a typical VR headset, but still not as high as the 1.2 million pixels of the Oculus Rift headset.
Rival 2 has a number of different accessories.
The headphones will include two different wireless earbuds, which have been designed to fit over the ear.
Razer has also announced an “X-Rays” mount that attaches to the headset to attach to a controller.
The controller will have the same shape as the headset, with two buttons on either side of the controller.
Razer also said it is working on a pair of interchangeable wrist straps.
Rivals headset is the first VR headset to have a standard USB 3.0 port, which is standard on other headsets.
However, Razer has not confirmed that the company will support USB 3 for its headsets.
Razer’s Rift is still in the development stage, so there’s a good chance that the headset will not be ready for release in time for the Oculus VR headset’s launch in early 2018.
Rift headset is expected in mid-2019, according to Razer.