Google has given a release date for its Daydream View virtual reality headset.
The search giant said Tuesday that the VR headset that comes with a bundled hand controller would be available Nov. 10 and sell for $79 in the United States.
Interested consumers can buy the device at Best Buy (bby) and Verizon (vz) stores in the United States or through Google’s online store. Additionally, the Daydream View will be available in Canada, the U.K., Germany, and Australia, wrote Google (goog) VR director of product management Mike Jazayeri in a blog post.
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Jazayeri wrote that several virtual reality games, apps, and films would be available “over the next few weeks,” but he did not cite specific release dates for the various VR media.
Some of the new VR content to be available for the Daydream View include a VR version of the Hulu app to stream television shows and movies and a YouTube VR app. News organizations like The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian will also be releasing special VR content, like The Guardian’s 360-degree film on London’s underworld of sewers and waterways.
Additionally, the VR animated short Invasion! created by the VR production startup Baobab Studios will be available to watch. Baobab Studios said in October that it received $25 million in a funding from investors like Hong Kong-based Horizons Ventures, Century Fox, Evolution Media Partners, and Shanghai Media Group.
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Google showed off its VR headset in early October at a press event, in which the company said it would be available in the following colors: dark gray, light gray, and red.
Similar to the Samsung Gear VR mobile VR headset, consumers will need an appropriate mobile phone in order to use the Daydream View. So far, only Google’s recently announced Pixel phone will power it, but eventually, other phones are planned to be compatible.