The headset is basically a plastic version of Google Cardboard, but built specifically for the LG G3 with cutouts for the device's rear buttons. Like Google Cardboard, all users have to do is slot their device into the VR headset to start enjoying virtual reality content right from their device.
In addition to the VR for G3 headset, buyers will also score a QR code in the box that, once scanned, gives them access to free virtual reality game downloads.
Though LG announced such a deal was coming back in February, today marks its official rollout to stores in the U.S.. LG doesn't list which specific retailers are participating in the promotion, but chances are it won't be hard to find one.
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