Oculus Go review: $199 standalone VR headset

Oculus Go doesn’t need a phone and it’s not much different from Gear VR, but it works well: we test it across both coasts.

Oculus Go has arrived: Facebook’s portable VR system breaks the $200 barrier: https://www.cnet.com/news/oculus-go-available-now-price-breaks-200-dollar-barrier/

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unixsteven says:

YOU CAN USE Bluetooth headphones just butva 3.5 to Bluetooth adapter .99 on ebay

Imma Wake says:

does it make you feel dizzy afterwards?

christopher mukungurutse says:

Just add leap motion controller

brandon randall says:

How good would it be to just watch movies on

Michael says:

Not sure how this will work without a phone unless its done with Bluetooth?

Timothy Brown says:

I see alot of potential in world building via VR.

Edmundo studios says:

Reminds me of PlayStation home for that game

c0pyimitati0n says:

How does it compare to Daydream? Because, I’m pretty happy with it.

Cross says:

200 dollars for vr porn!?!? Iono bout that….does it have heating issues and shut off like Samsung vr or daydream?

Malthe Olsen says:

bUt cAn iT Do PoRn?


What’s the resolution?
The only question worth asking.

CNET says:

Oculus Go has arrived: Facebook’s portable VR system breaks the $200 barrier – https://www.cnet.com/news/oculus-go-available-now-price-breaks-200-dollar-barrier/

Tidal Yacht says:

As ever; VR is desperate to hold onto what remains of itself.

brandon randall says:

How good would it be to just watch movies on

rowellbeast says:

I’d so mess with him on the street.

Unidentified creature says:

Would we be able to play vrchat on it?!

Tyler Austin says:

Do the controllers have motion tracking like Daydream View?

Fake Person says:

Is that Mi branding i saw ??3

rml695 says:

If this headset ecosystem has any yoga or meditation apps, that I might consider it.:-)

Gamer Jake says:

Finally vr is safe this is a product that will be mainstream and will save vr in the long run

pumpuppthevolume says:

fancy gearvr ….neat

joek money says:

Trash this doesn’t have oled displays and it’s simi tethered you have to connect it to an app on your iOS or android device. And the battery is only 2 hour

Bader Alaraimi says:

Its screen is a 5.5-inch display with a 2560 x 1440 resolution (1280 x 1440 per eye). It’s based on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor from 2016, and the $199 base model includes 32GB of storage, with a 64GB version selling for $249.

K2 LED says:

what do the games cost ?

HaNooo says:

A standalone VR headset is a paperweight that will never sell. $200 to play old apps. The whole point is attaching it to a PC or Consoles for a full VR experience. Gaming is the only future of VR. Getting resolution higher, cost down, easy of usability and setup and reducing the computing power necessary to run them. That is it. This thing is useless and unnecessary.

Ned-669 says:

We’re going to look at these in few years a be laughing about the size

Wonderpierrot says:

Wish it can connect to a PC. 🙁

ᅥᅡ XIIIuuu says:

Can it play vr chat tho

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