After three years, Oculus is retiring the Rift headset and replacing it with the Rift S, redesigned with the same inside-out tracking technology it’s using for the Oculus Quest. Both new headsets are coming out this spring for the same price of $400 and will be able to run many of the same games, but the Rift remains the higher-end system powered by a PC, with some new exclusives on the way. The Rift S has a new strap system reminiscent of the PSVR, and it’s definitely easier and faster to slip on. A knob at the rear of the strap loosens and tightens it, while a simple velcro strip along the top helps hold the whole rig taut. Oculus partnered with Lenovo, which has previously built a Windows Mixed Reality headset, to design and build the Rift S. It’s actually a slightly heavier headset than the original Rift, but the strap positions its weight differently. It doesn’t rest on the ridge of your nose, and only takes a few seconds to put on and get situated. I tried the Rift S back-to-back with the all-in-one Oculus Quest, and the RIft S was noticeably lighter. The tracking and new displays are the big changes here. The Rift S uses a 2560×1440 display, ...