En reddit un usuario ya ha dejado su primera impresión:
Ok first impressions...
Setup: pretty straightforward by following the instructions... One thing to note though... Blue light indicates the screen is on, orange/ yellow means the device is working but screen is not active. In the manual is says if the light is orange to check your video connections etc. so I spent a good 20 mins plugging and unplugging everything to try to figure out why the rift screen wasn't activating. I became convinced the device was broken! Turns out that if you are in direct mode ( which it is by default ) then the screen only powers on when you open an oculus app! The rest of the time it is in sleep mode. Phew!
Resolution: I already have an HD upgrade to my DK1 so was actually expecting to be slightly disappointed with the pentile screen, but it is fine!
People always say it leaves you wanting more, but text is now completely legible and anyone who has only used the standard DK1 are in for a treat! I did notice some flickering in the world demo but haven't played around with the frequency settings yet, so will keep an eye on that.
tracking... Very smooth and stable... This will take further exploration but it already feels light years ahead of the DK1 in this regard. The small room demo allows for resetting of the camera and has a grid to help with alignment. As for leaning around corners and zooming in / out? - truth is I didn't notice it at first! But that's a good thing... It actually feels so natural that my brain was thinking "haven't we always been able to do this?" :p
ease of use:
So this is biggie... No more extending and cloning required! The default setting (direct) plays the app through the rift and keeps the desktop on the desktop. Not only that, but pressing "m" mirrors the rift display to the desktop. Haven't tried playing anything that requires extending the desktop yet so will have to see how that goes...
comfort: feels solid and wire management is simple enough. I like how the two wires are shielded inside one cable. I play with glasses on and this (like the DK1) is no big issue.