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For the next half an hour Jennifer allowed herself to sink into the comfort of the company.Last week, we spent a day with the developer of the first VR headset for PC, the Oculus Rift. Now, we’ve got a look at the first consumer version of the device.

In addition to the PC version of the Oculus Rift, the company unveiled a consumer version of its first motion controllers. The Oculus Rift Developer Kit (DK1) has two 6.5-inch LCD screens and a full array of sensors, but the consumer version of the headset (DK2) will only feature the left one. The right one will be there for extra padding, giving the DK2 a total of two cameras, three tracking sensors, and two microphones. The DK2 also has a built-in mic and a headphone jack.

The two controllers are designed for the gamepad-like action of the Rift and for the input of hand movements. Aside from not being bundled, there are still some important differences between the two versions. The first is that while the DK1 is bundled with the HTC Vibe and DK2 isn’t, the former’s controller is designed as an ergonomic replacement for the HTC Vive’s hand controllers. The Vive controller covers your dominant hand, but the DK2 is smaller and lighter.

The second difference is that the DK2 controllers are wireless. Their controllers are equipped with Bluetooth, which means you don’t have to plug them in to the computer to use them. This is a very appealing thing for a headset, but we’re still waiting on specifics on how the controllers will be powered.

DK1 and DK2 are the first consumer headsets designed for VR

A lot of people have been waiting to see more than just the DK1 or the DK2, but it turns out the headsets are just the first of three major revisions of the company’s VR headset. The first one will be the public consumer version in Q1 2016. It’s likely that the first headsets to ship will be a combination of the DK1 and the DK2.

A second consumer version, the Oculus Rift, is set to ship in the middle of 2016 as well. It’s designed for laptops, like the original DK1, but it will have dual cameras,