Google’s Cardboard VR headset was made available in their US online store last month, but nowhere else.

Today Google has decided to launch it in some other places, making the VR headset in their stores for the UK, France, Germany and Canada.

In the UK, Cardboard is priced at £15 for a single pack and £25 for a double pack, in Germany and France it will set you back €20 for the single pack and €30 for the double pack, and finally, in Canada it will be priced at CAD $20 for the single pack and CAD $30 for the double pack.

In case you don’t already know, Google’s Cardboard provides users with an easy to use and very portable VR experience on a budget. To do this it uses your smartphone to do all of the hard work, including the loading of apps and the display of those apps onto Cardboard’s lenses.

It is also compatible with any iOS or Android handset to ranges from between 4-inches and 6-inches.

Google explains more:

Discover thousands of VR apps and games and a variety of captivating YouTube videos made to view with Cardboard. Travel the world, go onstage with your favourite artists, experience thrilling simulations and more.

Cardboard assembles in three simple steps. It features custom-designed, high-quality lenses for immersive visuals and a partially laminated body for durability.

You can find out more details over at the Google store at the link below.

Source Google

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