Mattel re-invented the View-Master for the virtual reality age in 2015 by introducing a Google Cardboard-like headset that could hold a smartphone and turn it into a display for VR experiences.
Now there’s a new model on the way, and, among other things, it’s designed to work better with phones featuring a range of screen sizes.
Gizmodo notes that the View-Master Virtual Reality Viewer 2.0 will be available this fall for $40, making it $10 more expensive than the original model.
But for the extra money you get a version with an improved smartphone mount that an accommodate more phones, a dial that lets you adjust the focus of the lenses, and a headphone adapter that should make it easier to use the headset with non-Bluetooth headphones.
Mattel offers some educational VR experiences for the headset, but you can also use the View-Master VR with just about any Cardboard-compatible apps.