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TeaLeaf

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#230348 20-Feb-2018 11:45
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This is the deal

 

https://www.cheapies.nz/node/15027

 

It says $350 delivered to NZ, so that makes shipping about $40nz, sound about right?

 

I was about to buy an Xbox slim.


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  #1960888 20-Feb-2018 11:55
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A quick look shows $229.89 USD + shipping $46.51 USD, total via xe, $374.81 NZD.


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  #1960902 20-Feb-2018 12:12
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It's also the V1 headset, not the newer and very slightly updated V2 model released at the end of last year.





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  #1960941 20-Feb-2018 13:18
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corksta:

 

It's also the V1 headset, not the newer and very slightly updated V2 model released at the end of last year.

 

 

Is the V2 a lot different Corksta? Ive never tried VR. I dont have an HDR TV etc either.


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  #1960949 20-Feb-2018 13:27
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This article pretty much explains it:

 

http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2017/11/guide_psvr_cuh-zvr1_vs_cuh-zvr2_-_whats_the_difference

 

 

 

If you don't plan on getting a 4K TV then I think for the price, the V1 is good value. At some point all stock will be gone anyway and you'll only be able to buy the V2.





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  #1961477 21-Feb-2018 12:48
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corksta:

 

This article pretty much explains it:

 

http://www.pushsquare.com/news/2017/11/guide_psvr_cuh-zvr1_vs_cuh-zvr2_-_whats_the_difference

 

 

 

If you don't plan on getting a 4K TV then I think for the price, the V1 is good value. At some point all stock will be gone anyway and you'll only be able to buy the V2.

 

 

Thank you for that. Ill have a read. I dont think Ill ever be a huge VR person, just the price is good. But outside SF5 I prefer Xbox as I mostly play Fifa and Madden and maybe Forza. If madden was on PC I wouldnt even want a console haha.


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