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-[* black] Lacking the "strap it to your face" build, the PS VR has a sliding headband (not unlike the [guide|60612|Oculus CV1|stepid=126787]) with a wheel for fine tightening.
-[* black] The "scope adjustment button" (above the cute PlayStation button symbols) allows the visor to slide in and out to adjust eye relief.
-[* black] The PS VR lenses are actually totally standard, no [guide|62213|Vive|stepid=130846|new_window=true], or [guide|60612|Rift hybrid-Fresnel lenses|stepid=126752|new_window=true] here.
- [* icon_note] Interestingly there are no focus adjustments accounted for in this hardware. The lenses look onto a single display, and the focus and IPD are handled software-side.
+[* black] Time for a brief look at the external bits before we crack the PS VR open.
+[* black] Lacking the "strap it to your face" build, the PS VR has a sliding headband (not unlike the [guide|60612|Oculus CV1|stepid=126787]) with a wheel for fine tightening to ensure a snug fit.
+[* black] Sony's unique hanging visor design presents an all-new solution to the problem of adjusting eye relief. Just hold the button (above the cute PlayStation button symbols) and slide the scope forward or back to change the focus.
+ [* icon_note] This is much simpler than the Vive's [guide|62213|complex gear train|stepid=130812|new_window=true], but not quite as painfree as pushing the Rift up or down on your face (thanks to its [guide|60612|assymetrical Fresnel lenses|stepid=126966|new_window=true]).
+[* black] The PS VR lenses are actually totally conventional, no [guide|62213|Fresnel (Vive)|stepid=130846|new_window=true] or [guide|60612|hybrid-Fresnel (Rift CV1)|stepid=126752|new_window=true] lenses here.

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