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[* black] Tucked away under a rubber cover in the front, we find the USB accessory port and a DC power socketan additional sync cable port.
[* black] Tucked away under a rubber cover in the front, we find the USB accessory port and a DC power socketan additional sync cable port.
[* black] Time to de-face the Oculus: we remove several Phillips #0 screws securing the device itself to its adjustable headband.
[* black] Within the faceplate, we find two new and improved lenses. The lenses have increased in size to accommodate [http://www.roadtovr.com/diy-guide-how-to-increase-the-oculus-rift-physical-ipd/|a wider IPD (interpupillary distance)|new_window=true] range.