No ETA on replacement components.
By Tim Colwill on February 24, 2014 at 1:57 pm
Oculus VR, makers of the Oculus Rift headset, have announced that a shortage of parts for their developer kits means they will soon be temporarily halting sales.
“Certain components used in the Oculus Rift developer kit are no longer being manufactured, meaning they are no longer available to us for production,” said community manager Andres Hernandez in a post on Reddit.
“As a result, we don’t have the necessary materials to produce additional kits. We still have some stock available, but we’re quickly running out. As we sell out of inventory in each region we plan to suspend sales in that region until we are able to deliver new orders.”
Australia is currently still eligible for selling and shipping units to, although there’s no ETA on how long inventory in our region will remain available. Hernandez said that “even though we never wanted to sell out, it’s a good problem to have”.
Source: via Gamespot