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Watch this official PlayStation VR teardown and see which part is "sort of shaped like a person"

Hmm, what could ease the agony for folks who are eager to get their hands on a PlayStation VR… I know! Watching a calm Sony employee disassemble the nifty-looking headset into its dozens upon dozens of tiny parts! Well, I don't know if it will actually help with the wait, but it is fascinating to watch
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