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Facebook just showed off the next version of the Oculus Rift

Even though the first ever Oculus Rift launched earlier this year, Facebook's already hard at work on its sequel. Facebook's founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed off the second version of the Rift virtual reality headset during a presentation in California. The headset looks a lot like the version you already know — it's a black set of goggles with headphones built in.
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