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[* black] We pop the motherboard out of the eyewear enclosure, and find the DK2's display clinging to the reverse side of the motherboard.
[* black] The display has a rubber case housed in a plastic backing. Our spidey senses start tingling when we peel off the rubber case...
[* black] The display is—drumroll please—literally the front panel off of a Note 3.
[* icon_note] This makes economical sense, since Oculus is only planning to ship 10,000 DK2's. We think it's pretty cool that Oculus was able to repurpose a Note 3 display panelpanels like this.
[* icon_note] This makes economical sense, since Oculus is only planning to ship 10,000 DK2's. We think it's pretty cool that Oculus was able to repurpose a Note 3 display panelpanels like this.