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Oculus Quest 2 64GB

Oculus Quest 2 64GB

  • Resolution: 3664x1920
  • Type: Built in display
  • Release year: 2020
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5 reviews

3 months ago*
A step towards perfect VR. The resolution of the new screen is amazing, a bit of deep black is missing. I recommend installing a more comfortable halo strap - old form Quest 1 works here.. just small modification is necessary (rubber around 2mm thick).
*Edited 3 months
24 days ago
Positive: 1- Extremely good value for money (4000.-) 2- Very easy to use 3- Constant and really good updates that provide extra opportunities and fun 4- Lots of good games in the Oculus store (but it costs a lot) 5- Possibility of PC-VR both wireless and wired 6- Screen Resolution is one of the best on the market, a major upgrade from Q1 7- STANDALONE (Integrated battery and computer) Negatives: 1- REQUIRES Facebook Login 2- Poorly integrated sound, use a 7.1 headset, or try a FrankenQuest. 3- Fremtung, FrankenQuest fixes this too. Conclusion: For people who are not used to VR, this headset will offer an unreal experience. This is the perfect system for people who are VR-Curious

Google

a month ago*
You get more than you pay for, with some compromises. * ObS * If you only use Quest 2 without a computer, do not buy the 64GB version, you will regret it. Starting with the positive + Price, Facebook loses every headset. + Wireless VR, is a sick freedom against a cord. + Mobility, can use it just about anywhere .. + High resolution, no "screen door effect" + No back-bleed from the screen + Movie, is like watching a 200 "TV screen. + Watching 3d film is a completely new experience, unlike 3d in cinema which is crap .. + Good tracking of controls + Charges quickly + Wireless VR streamed from a PC, only that feature is worth 3.6k. + The sound is actually better than expected, for price and size + - Battery life is okay, you rarely play more than an hour straight. + - The graphics are approved but no more, have not tested so many games yet. The negative - Quest 2 is sadly extremely uncomfortable to wear and is its absolute biggest disadvantage. - The lenses are not good, create light artifacts. I think I'm a little more sensitive than most? - The black is non-existent, it never turns black. - Can not adjust the brightness? Wtf? - 64GB is too little if you only play built-in games. - The FOV is bad, but still not worse than most other headsets. Quest 2 definitely has drawbacks and some are quite extreme shortcomings. Like how extremely uncomfortable and bad Quest 2 is upside down. That the blacks are completely awful and that the lenses are one of the places Facebook really skimped on. But a Quest 2 can do things that not even the Valves Index can for 10k. Even if I owned an Index, I would probably have bought a Quest just to sometimes avoid the cable and watch movies on the train. Update Subtracting a star for expensive games, my entire rating was based on a low total price.
*Edited a month

Google

a month ago*
BENEFITS: - Cheap to buy (before buying all the addons needed for a good experience) - Good hand and finger tracking for Inside out tracking - Facebook updates frequently to keep the customer base - An entry into VR for those who want to know what it's about to later upgrade to PC VR DISADVANTAGES: - Requires facebook account and the monitoring that must be approved (cameras in headsets, what you play watching and more) - Not the same class as PC headset in image quality (Reverb G2 best by margin) - Not the same class as PC headsets in sound quality (Reverb G2 & Index best) - Not the same class as PC headsets in refresh rate (Index best) - Not the same class as PC headsets in FOV (Index "or Pimax" best) - Not full finger tracking like Index - Not the same class on tracking as light tower headsets (Index or Reverb G2 + additional towers) - Headband really bad, expect to buy an add-on - Connect to computer? Then you can buy a link cable - Buy for real headphones with 3.5mm but then lie on the ear, uncomfortable in the long run Not enough memory for stand alone with 64 Gb - buy the 256 Gb variant CONTENT: - With all the add-ons that are "needed", you land in the same price category as a real PC headset. If you already have a competent PC or do not like to be logged off, buy REverb G2 which beats Quest 2 at all points or wait for Deca gear (pre order) which is incredibly affordable with wireless connection, body module, the same resolution as G2, full tracking controllers like Index.
*Edited a month

Google

2 months ago*
A lot of technology for the money and a big advantage that you avoid cables that do it. Above all, I stream from the computer and experience that it works decently. The disadvantages are perhaps mainly that the games are quite expensive in the Oculus store and that the quality of the monitors is like that - a small area in the middle is clear but around the edges the image is blurred, and my couple has some (sometimes?) Dead pixels.
*Edited a month

Google

a month ago
Lots of fun for the money. Feels like a mature product.

Google

2 months ago
VR is finally mature. Here you get the best of both worlds with both built-in games and connection to a computer (even wireless!). Run and buy. Now.

Google

2 months ago
Excellent device, worth the money and no issues

Google

2 months ago
Good but you get a little pain in the neck and hard with bad straps in the back but very worth it

Google

2 months ago*
Run Half Life Alyx wirelessly from the PC with no noticeable delay (approx. 15 ms) over 5 ghz wifi, absolutely incredible! The picture is even better than the Valve Index for SEK 12,000! The only downside is the field of view which is a bit smaller, but the sharpness is still the most important and there Quest 2 beats most!
*Edited 2 months

Google

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