So far two of LG's Friends for the G5 have been priced in the US - the Cam Plus module will go for $70 and the 360 Cam will cost $200. And now a third member of the Korean company's accessory family has its pricing info revealed as well.
We're talking about the 360 VR headset, which we already knew would cost £199 in the UK. Across the big pond, however, that will be $199.99. Oh, and you can pre-order one if you want to, the retailer you need to head to is B&H, which also has the 360 Cam up for grabs.
Unfortunately it doesn't list a shipping date for the VR headset, so it's unclear when it will arrive at your doorstep should you pre-order. The G5 itself is going to be out on April 1.
The 360 VR connects to the G5 through USB Type-C. It has two 1.88-inch 960x720 displays, and it can show you Google Cardboard content as well as 360-degree videos from YouTube and stuff you record yourself with the 360 Cam.
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