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[* black] The Oculus Rift Development Kit 2 Repairability Score: '''9 out of 10''' (10 is best)
[* icon_note] Given''Given that the Rift is still a beta product, this is [guide|13682|still a preliminary score|stepid=46010]—but things are looking good, and we hope the consumer version is just as repairable.repairable.''
[* icon_note] Given''Given that the Rift is still a beta product, this is [guide|13682|still a preliminary score|stepid=46010]—but things are looking good, and we hope the consumer version is just as repairable.repairable.''
[* green] Standard Phillips #0 screws are used in both the headset and positional tracker, making it a cinch to open them.
[* green] Cable management is much improved from the original development kit, and the elimination of the control box makes for a simpler, more streamlined device.
[* green] The use of a common smartphone display means that replacement parts are readily available!
[* yellow] Getting into the positional tracker without a repair guide is a bit of a doozy. Prying around the edge won't help you here, but a thin tool in the front will.