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Razer makes some of the best gaming peripherals on the market in terms of technology and affordability, and the recent upgrade to their Open Source Virtual Reality (OSVR) Headset is no different. The HDK2 (Hacker Development Kit) that was recently unveiled at E3 boasts the same 90hz refresh rate and resolution as Oculus Rift (2160 x 1200 or 1080 x 1200 per eye), along with a proprietary coating to reduce specific VR glasses effect issues called Image Quality Enhancement, 100hz IR camera, support for the entire open source ecosystem and SteamVR, and a user upgradeable setup that allows you to stay ahead of the curve when technology gets updated. Most importantly, in keeping with their past releases, Razer managed to make their VR headset legitimately accessible by making it available for under $400 starting in July.

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If you’re anything like us, you’ve been spending the past few months wearing nothing but shorts, joggers and tees. Legends new Aviation collection features their first hybrid short and pant that are designed to maximize comfort, style and versatility–without breaking the bank. What separates them from the competition? Both feature soft-touch, 4-way woven fabric construction with a ribbed fabric elastic waistband for a more elevated look, along with water repellent tech for all day, everyday wearability. The joggers also have a straight gusset and rear knee panels to enhance mobility, along with a 4-pocket design to increase functionality. Upgrade your comfort with Legends.