Which Oculus Quest should you buy, 64GB or 128GB?

Oculus Quest is the first all-in-one VR headset with six-degree of freedom. Right out of the box, with a WiFi connection, you can start downloading games and enjoying them in no time. Oculus Quest has two versions: 64GB for $399 and 128GB for $499. Let’s compare these two headsets and find out which you should …

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Oculus Quest, Go, Gear VR Update Build 7.0 now Bluetooth Keyboard support

Oculus has released an update for Quest, Go and GearVR. Oculus Quest has received improvements the most from this update. For example, you can now pair and use a Bluetooth keyboard, and the tracking of Touch Controllers gets better. Visit Oculus forum post to see the original release notes of the Update Build 7.0. General …

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You can watch Amazon Prime Video on VR headset now

Amazon has launched its streaming app for some VR headsets. Prime Video VR is free and available for GearVR, Oculus Go, and Oculus Quest. You can watch prime videos on those VR headsets. It’s good for prime members who regularly watch prime videos. There have been other video VR apps like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTubeVR …

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The Best Virtual Reality Headset for a stater – three different types of VR headset

Virtual Reality is meant to provide an artificial experience to the users. They are not real, but you can feel as if it were real. A VR headset with 3D speakers accomplishes to give us immersive experience. Currently, technology is focused and limited to vision and sound. However, in the future, you will actually touch …

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Oculus Go: power on/off, battery, and charging behavior explained

Oculus Go made everything easy for us to start VR apps and games. Thanks to its all-in-one standalone design, it’s also easy to carry and restart elsewhere. Wherever you use Oculus Go, you probably need a charger and cable because the battery life of the headset isn’t that long. The battery life should last 2 …

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Oculus Go vs. Lenovo Mirage Solo Standalone VR headset comparison

Mobile VR, or phone-based VR headsets relatively inexpensive. That’s because the most expensive component to perform VR processing are packed in smartphones. It is convenient for those who already have a smartphone that is compatible with a VR headset. All they need is a cheap VR headset. However, using your smartphone for VR have a …

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Oculus Go Overview What’s good about this standalone VR headset?

Oculus Go is the most affordable and portable VR headsets on the market. Its standalone processor and display eliminate the need of placing a smartphone in front of headset or connecting wires to a gaming computer. And built-in speakers provide quality spacial audio. With all these features packed, Oculus Go is a truly standalone VR …

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Oculus Go Tips and Tricks

How to use a gamepad with Oculus Go You can use an aftermarket gamepad with Oculus Go. A gamepad has to have Bluetooth to connect Oculus Go. Don’t look for a Bluetooth setting in the VR, or you will never find it. The setup should be done with the Oculus app on your smartphone, which …

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Oculus Go all-in-one standalone VR headset review

Oculus Go is finally released. It costs $199.99 for 32GB and $249.99 for 64GB. The Go is a standalone VR headset meaning that it doesn’t require a computer to hook up or mount a smartphone to use as a display and processor. Not only does the Go have essential components like LCD and processor but …

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Preview of Oculus Go, All-in-One Stand-alone VR headset

In late 2017, Facebook announced a new virtual reality headset that was positioned in the middle between Oculus Rift and Gear VR regarding price and feature. It’s called Oculus Go. It’s an entirely stand-alone device meaning that doesn’t require a PC to be hooked up or a smartphone to be slipped into the headset. Date …

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