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Oculus Quest 2 64GB $

Jun 22nd, am
rechout[OP]
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Jun 22nd, am

[Best Buy] Oculus Quest 2 64GB $

The deal is dead.

This is the lowest price I have seen.
It's lower than the Newegg deal a few hours ago.
I cancelled my order with Newegg and ordered one from BB.


It's now same price on Amazon.
https://www.amazon.ca/Oculus-Quest-Adva 08F5VVPPG/

Nearby Best Buy locations:

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Jun 22nd, am
JoJoCan
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Jun 22nd, am

Wish I could afford this right now :(
PC: i9 ks, RTX Ti 8gb, 96gb RAM
Phone: iPhone 8 64gb
Jun 22nd, am
RockAndReligion
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Jun 22nd, am

damn I thought these never on sale.
bought one on Amazon 2 months ago. been fun using it.
would definitely recommend these.
Jun 22nd, am
joe77
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Jun 22nd, am

i just ordered for instore pickup. I think Facebook is dropping price to get more people as they are starting ads
Jun 22nd, am
NuLL
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Jun 22nd, am

thanks OP - thought I missed the Newegg deal, then you came to the rescue.
Jun 22nd, am
hunga
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Jun 22nd, am

Not sure if I need one, but ordered anyways. Thanks OP!
Jun 22nd, am
dvdvideo
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Jun 22nd, am

Great deal at that price.
Jun 22nd, am
Loomy
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Jun 22nd, am

joe77 wrote: ↑ I think Facebook is dropping price to get more people as they are starting ads
The Quest 2 OS and games have no ads right now. The story you heard is that Facebook is developing the technology to let game developers put ads in their games. But there are none yet, so this sale has nothing to do with that. https://www.oculus.com/blog/testing-in-headset-vr-ads/

When it comes time to buy games, I strongly recommend shopping only from the list of top rated games at VRDB. There are a LOT of bad VR games the platform is like Atari level of maturity right now. https://vrdb.app/quest/index_us.html?mi ratings=20

I also recommend shopping from games that are on sale right now. You can enable that filter on VRDB, and you can also shop from the sale reddit. https://www.reddit.com/r/OculusQuestStore/
Jun 22nd, am
Scottie
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Jun 22nd, am

can you hook this up to a PC easy and cheaply? I Have tons of VR games on my PC already from my Enlovo explorer?
Jun 22nd, am
Angultra
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Jun 22nd, am

Scottie wrote: ↑ can you hook this up to a PC easy and cheaply? I Have tons of VR games on my PC already from my Enlovo explorer?
You can play PCVR wirelessly using Air Link (free inbuilt feature).

To use wired and not worry about setup / battery life, can buy a Link cable on Amazon for ~$

Currently playing Half Life Alyx using my Q2 and enjoying it a lot.
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Jun 22nd, am
Loomy
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Scottie wrote: ↑ can you hook this up to a PC easy and cheaply? I Have tons of VR games on my PC already from my Enlovo explorer?
Free if you have good 5ghz wifi https://support.oculus.com/airlink/ or $ for a USB cable depending on how long and lightweight you want it to be
Jun 22nd, am
kkl
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Jun 22nd, am

Damn and I thought I got a great deal yesterday at newegg. Any way to match the difference and get the $10 back from Newegg?
Jun 22nd, am
GeeCee
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Jun 22nd, am

kkl wrote: ↑ Damn and I thought I got a great deal yesterday at newegg. Any way to match the difference and get the $10 back from Newegg?
Cancel the Newegg order and order from BB instead.
Nobody cares which exploitative corporations you give your money to every month. Capitalism is a plague on this planet. Get that crap out of your signature.
Jun 22nd, am
kkl
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Jun 22nd, am

GeeCee wrote: ↑ Cancel the Newegg order and order from BB instead.
It's ready been shipped. There may be a restocking fee involved?
Jun 22nd, am
Dealio
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GeeCee
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Jun 22nd, am

Prime same day delivery vs Best Buy's ISPU or Purolator hell? Don't mind if I do..
Nobody cares which exploitative corporations you give your money to every month. Capitalism is a plague on this planet. Get that crap out of your signature.
Jun 22nd, am
Angultra
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Jun 22nd, am

GeeCee wrote: ↑ Prime same day delivery vs Best Buy's ISPU or Purolator hell? Don't mind if I do..
Amazon also can return once opened, when I picked up mine from BB they made it very clear no opened returns.
Jun 22nd, am
pca
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Jun 22nd, am

Guys, Buy This. Beat saber alone is worth the price lol. But seriously, there's a bunch of great games and you can even play PC VR games with it, if you have a graphics card.

Few suggestions: beat saber, I expect you to die, room vr, super hot, synth riders. Sorry I forget more titles now but there's a BUNCH of great games
Jun 22nd, am
rcheung13
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Jun 22nd, am

Price dropping makes me wonder how much cheaper it'll be on BF.
Jun 22nd, am
sixsix
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Jun 22nd, am

Do remember, no return on Best Buy because these belong to wearable item categories not gaming console.
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Best VR headsets: Oculus Quest 2, Valve Index, PSVR, and more

Ready to step into a whole new digital world of adventure? The capabilities of the best VR headsets may sound like something out of a science fiction novel, but virtual reality hardware is finally catching up to the standards set by futurists decades ago.

Whether you jumped onto the VR bandwagon early with your well-read copy of William Gibson’s Neuromancer, can still taste the popcorn from your first viewing of The Matrix, or were lucky enough to be an early adopter of the first wave of Oculus virtual reality hardware, the best VR headsets have come a long way since they first started appearing in arcades in the early 90s.

With giant corporations like Facebook and Valve battling it out with their Oculus Quest 2 and Valve Index VR headsets respectively, the goggle-like devices, whether self-contained and wireless or hooked up to a PC, can transport you out of your everyday environment and into digitized playgrounds.

Tracking your movements, and showing your interactions play out on a screen right in front of your eyes, VR gameplay, videos, and experiences are among the most immersive moments that modern technology can offer at present. It’s almost hard to fully describe the sensation of stepping inside a virtually-realized environment, and the best VR headsets only enhance the comfort and immersion that can be found with these incredible gadgets.

So, whether you’re looking to tap into the power of your gaming PC for high-end virtual reality experiences, or looking for the flexibility of a cable-free all-in-one headset, our best VR headsets round-up will help you pick the right head mounted display for you. 

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Best VR headsets of

1. Oculus Quest 2

Oculus Quest 2

The best VR headset

Platforms: Platforms: Oculus Store (standalone, and via PC) | Price: From $ / £ | Resolution: x per eye | Field of view: 90 degrees | Refresh rate: Hz | Controllers: Oculus Touch / Xbox One and Series S/X controllers

Affordable

Wireless and portable

Excellent games library with PC support

Not the final word in clarity

Wirefree and self-contained, the Oculus Quest 2 is the perfect introduction to the delights of virtual reality. Relatively affordable, this wireless headset has everything you need to get into VR gaming right out of the box. It’s powerful enough to run some of the most enticing VR experiences without breaking the bank, and taps into Oculus’s ever-growing library of exclusive virtual reality titles.

Its screen isn’t the sharpest, but its wireless nature makes it one of the simplest to use and most comfortable to wear. And, for those really invested in the virtual reality scene, it will even work with titles originally designed exclusively for PC VR players. This is thanks to the Oculus Quest 2’s flexible support for additional wired gameplay through a PC, and wireless PC streaming connectivity for those with Wi-Fi connections powerful enough to support them.

2. Valve Index

Valve Index

Best powerhouse VR headset

Platforms: Steam VR (PC) | Price: $ / £ | Resolution: × per eye | Field of view: degrees | Refresh rate: Hz | Controllers: Valve Index Controllers, HTC Vive, and Vive Pro Controllers

Incredibly immersive screens

The best VR controllers out there

Great over-ear speakers

No wireless functionality

If you’re after the most luxurious of virtual reality experiences, you’re going to want to invest in a Valve Index headset. It’s one of the pricier devices on this list – not just because of its high specifications, which include a super-sharp screen and additional tracking stations that need to be dotted around the room, but also because there’s the expectation that you’ll be hooking this headset up to a relatively high-spec PC. There’s no wireless option with the Valve Index kit.

What you get instead is arguably the most immersive VR experience to date, thanks to the Valve Index’s wider field of view, high-resolution display, and ‘knuckle’ style controllers which allow you to use each of your fingers and thumbs individually in a VR environment. It’s the model for VR devices to come, and the perfect companion to the best VR experience yet – sci-fi horror adventure Half-Life: Alyx, which was made in conjunction with the Valve Index headset. It can be hard to come by, selling out regularly, and we’re expecting a refreshed model to turn up before long. But, if you can afford its price tag and accommodate its PC and room requirements, it’s the best VR experience money can currently buy.

3. PlayStation VR

PlayStation VR

The best VR headset for consoles

Platforms: PS4 / PS5 | Price: $ / £ | Resolution: x per eye | Field of view: degrees | Refresh rate: 90 Hz | Controllers: DualShock 4, DualShock 5, PlayStation Move, PlayStation Aim

Runs on a games console you (probably) have

Superb exclusive games

Move controllers aren’t great

Low resolution screen compared to competition

Considering the relatively low-powered PS4 console it’s tied to, the wired PlayStation VR (PSVR) headset still offers a damn good time for gamers. Leaning on its first party development studios and publishing pals, Sony amassed a great library of exclusive titles to play, including the delightful Astro Bot Rescue Mission, terrifying Resident Evil 7 (with PSVR-exclusive virtual reality mode), and James Bond-baiting Blood & Truth.

However, the PlayStation VR gear is now starting to look a little long in the tooth. Though regularly bundled with games well below RRP, its screen resolution is low, its controllers (based on an old PS3 motion controller design) are behind the pack, and its cable-laden breakout box is a faff to set up.

And while its hardware and software are compatible with the new PS5 console, a PSVR 2 has already been confirmed to be in the works at Sony HQ. If you’ve not already bought into the idea of VR on your PlayStation, it may be worth holding out for the sequel at this point, which promises much-improved controller ergonomics and far more detailed displays. There’s no release date for it yet, but we’re expecting to find out more in

4. HTC Vive Pro 2

HTC Vive Pro 2

The best high resolution VR headset

Platforms: Steam VR (PC) | Price: $1, / £1, | Resolution: × per eye | Field of view: degrees | Refresh rate: Hz | Controlleres: HTC Vive and Vive Pro Controllers

Superlative resolution

Wide field of view

Does get hot

Expensive

If you’re after sheer fidelity from your PC VR gaming experiences, you’ll struggle to find a better headset than the HTC Vive Pro 2. With a stonking 5K resolution, it’s about as sharp as VR headsets get before entering truly niche enthusiast territory. With a fast refresh rate and wide field of view, you’ll really be able to see every detail from your time in VR, to the point where you begin to approach photo-real quality in some high-end apps.

Alas, clarity like this comes at a high price, and we’re not just talking the expense of the HTC Vive Pro 2 kit itself. To be able to power this headset at any sort of stable framerate, you’re going to need a very high-specification PC and graphics card, which may make the whole endeavor prohibitively expensive.

And, considering the future-gazing spec sheet of the actual display technology in here, other elements of the package feel a little bit dated. A tethered unit, HTC hasn’t updated its wireless control sticks in a long time, and the power-socket-hungry base stations which track your movement (though accurate) can be frustrating to set up. That screen can run hot too – unsurprising, given the power needed to run it. It’s an incredibly premium experience from a visual perspective, but be aware of its limitations elsewhere.

5. HTC Cosmos Elite

HTC Cosmos Elite

The most customizable VR headset

Platforms: Steam VR (PC) | Price: $ / £ | Resolution: x per eye | Field of view: degrees | Refresh rate: 90 Hz | Controllers: HTC Vive and Vive Pro Controllers

Solid tracking

Great screens

Dated controllers

Expensive compared to similar competition

A bit older than the HTC Vive Pro 2, think of the HTC Cosmos Elite as its cheaper, less flashy sibling.

Though it doesn’t have the showstopping specs of the newer Vive Pro 2 model, it still has a lot going for it. Its base stations track movement well, its field of view is relatively wide, and its library of games (through both the Steam VR marketplace and HTC VIVEPORT subscription service) is deep and entertaining.

However, the failings of the Vive Pro 2 are apparent here also – it’s the same unwieldy controllers, and you’re still going to need to find places to pop its motion-tracking base stations around a room, too. All things considered, it’s still a solid VR choice though, especially if its advancing age means you can pick it up at a bargain price.

6. HP Reverb G2

HP Reverb G2

The best mid-range VR headset

Platforms: Steam VR (PC) | Price: $ / £ | Resolution: x per eye | Field of view: degrees | Refresh rate: 90 Hz | Controllers: HP Reverb G2 Controllers

Reasonably priced

High resolution display

Inconsistent tracking

Higher refresh rate would be appreciated

The HP Reverb G2 occupies an unusual place on this list. On the one hand, its high-resolution screens make it strong competition for the Valve Index and HTC Vive Pro 2, but then its lowly refresh rate means it can’t match the natural-feeling smoothness of either of those devices.

Then there’s its price – at $ / £, it’s in the same ballpark of affordability as the Oculus Quest 2 and PSVR. But it doesn’t come with controllers in the box, and its wired nature means you’re still going to need a rather powerful (read: expensive) PC to pair it with. And yet, it has a physical IPD slider (letting its lenses more accurately match the distance between your pupils), whereas the Oculus Quest 2 does not.

Throw some tracking issues into the mix, and a relatively tight field of view, and the whole package doesn’t quite come together. If you really must have a high-resolution display in your PC VR headset, and don’t want to totally break the bank, it’s a good option. With that said, there are more complete and satisfying set ups elsewhere on this list.

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The Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift S VR headsets from Facebook are due out very soon. With F8 coming up this week, we should find out more regarding exact launch details. As of now all we know is Spring for both with each at a retail price of $

Over on Reddit, user Darkfire spotted a demo station at a local Best Buy (pictured above) that already has both the Oculus Quest and Rift S (along with an Oculus Go) setup with a pair of Touch controllers each. Back before the Oculus Touch controllers launched in December similar kiosks were setup in Best Buys as well.

The fact that Quest and Rift S are already visible at retail stores before a release date has even been confirmed is a really good sign for the stock of the product, presumably. Shipping delays plagued the original Rift launch for a while, so hopefully those issues aren&#;t repeated with two new headsets launching very close to one another.

We&#;ve been following both devices very closely. You can read our impressions of trying the Rift S at GDC here, as well as our updated impressions of the Oculus Quest from that same event. Later this year big budget VR games like Asgard&#;s Wrath and Stormland should play great on the Rift S, while Quest is getting a flood of highly-polished content that aims to shine on the more portable standalone device.

Hopefully we find out more details this week as F8 gets underway. The keynote begins at 10AM tomorrow (4/30/19) so stay tuned to UploadVR for all the latest details.

Update: To be clear, we do not know if any of the Best Buy stations are display-only or if they&#;re active demos.

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Tech Tips: How to set up an Oculus Quest 2.

The Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset is the best you can buy

When Facebook released its Oculus Quest headset in , it tried to address a conundrum that has confounded consumer-oriented VR from the start. It was a huge step up from flimsy headsets designed to hold your phone and even Facebook’s own mobile VR product, the now-discontinued Oculus Go. What’s more, the Quest didn’t require players to stay tethered to a powerful—and pricey—gaming PC just to experience more advanced VR games. The new Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset is a significant improvement on its predecessor.

The Quest was a big deal as a virtual reality headset, but it had its drawbacks. At $ it was expensive when you consider the relatively limited pool of content from which players had to choose. Its front-heavy design could make it uncomfortable during long sessions. And the displays were good, but not mind-blowing.

Now, however, Facebook has introduced its new Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset and it improves upon its predecessor in almost every way. More importantly, however, it creates an all-in-one best VR system system that’s truly worth buying, even if you’re a relatively casual user. Here’s what you need to know if you’re wondering “is the Oculus Quest 2 worth it?”

Oculus Quest 2 controller

From a technology standpoint, the Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset offers a litany of hardware upgrades. It has 6 GB of RAM inside, which is a percent jump over the previous model. The base Quest 2 has 64 GB of storage, but the upgraded model goes up to GB, which would come in handy if you plan to store a lot of content directly on the device. It’s also lighter and more comfortable to wear, all while dropping the price down to $

I’ve been playing with the Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset for more than a week and it has impressed me in a number of ways. With the virtual reality goggles, each eye gets its own 1, x display. At launch, the displays will only run at a 72 Hz refresh rate, but they’re capable of 90 Hz, which doesn’t sound like a big jump, but makes a critical difference when it comes to smooth motion. Right now, users can turn on the 90Hz feature in the menus and home screens as part of Facebook’s experimental mode, but the company says it will make it the default later this year.

The straps that hold the headset on your face are stretchy fabric, which adjusts with a pair of simple sliders. My son and I were switching back and forth during the review period and making the adjustment was quick and simple each time. When switching, we also had to change the lens settings, however, which works slightly differently than it has in the past.

Oculus Quest 2 controller

The lenses inside can sit in three different positions depending on how close together or far apart you want them to be. That variable is called interpupillary distance (IPD) and the settings are 58mm, 63mm, and 68mm if you’re familiar with the terminology. The correct setting for you depends on the geography of your face—my giant boulder head required the widest setting, while my son found the middle most comfortable. Facebook says the vast majority of users should find one of the three comfortable to use.

Facebook really does believe that this will encompass just about everyone who wants to play in VR. In fact, the company is putting all of its faith in the Quest 2 as it is the only VR headset it will offer. It can do that because it also works as a wired headset if you buy the $79 Link cable. That lets players utilize the processing and graphics power inside of a powerful PC to provide the required oomph necessary for high-end titles like Half-Life: Alyx.

Even without tethering to a PC, however, the Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset really does feel powerful. Playing through Beat Saber—a game in which you use laser swords to cut through flying blocks to the tune of popular songs—the game and controllers were responsive enough that I never felt cheated out of my performance. I lost because I sucked at the game, not because it lagged or lost sight of the joysticks.

The controllers themselves now offer a better resting area for your thumb so you don’t accidentally press buttons as you flail wildly. The AA batteries that power the controllers also now last up to four times longer than the previous Quest. The batteries that shipped in my controllers are still over 90 percent charged even after lots of heavy use. Disposable batteries are inefficient but much more convenient—plugging in the headset and two controllers every time you want to play typically results in frustration when you realize one of them didn’t charge correctly.

In some circumstances, you can ditch the controllers completely and let the headset track your hands with its outward-facing cameras. You navigate with pinches and gestures. In its current iteration, I found the hand tracking frustrating, but it gets better as you learn what the cameras like. My air-pinching was apparently not sufficient for the Oculus at the start. It’s also worth noting that players look totally ridiculous when using the hand-tracking—like they’re playing “got your nose” with an imaginary baby or tickling a virtual Bigfoot.

Awkward gestures aside, it’s still hard to imagine wearing the Oculus Quest 2 Virtual Reality VR Headset out in public on the regular. The straps are comfortable, but it’s still front-heavy. Facebook says an optional upgraded strap with a battery pack will help balance out the weight in addition to extending playtime, but that’s adding extra cash to an already pricy purchase. Some users have rigged up makeshift counterbalance weights for the headset as well, but Facebook recommends against that.

On the whole, however, the Quest 2 is the best VR headset for PC as long as you don’t mind a few compromises—not all of which have to do with the hardware. You now need to link your Facebook account with the Oculus before hopping in to play. From an experience standpoint, this didn’t change anything as far as I could tell. But, if you’re planning to use the device to browse the web, it’s harder to forget that Facebook knows what you’re up to on the Internet.

Who should buy the Oculus Quest 2 VR Headset?

If you’re looking to buy one of the best VR headsets, this is clearly the best option at the moment. It’s powerful enough to handle a fairly robust set of games, but simple enough that you don’t have to rearrange your life—or your living room—in order to make use of it. Like with any game console, however, you should think twice if that $ represents your entire game budget. If you’re relegated to only free content, the games get lackluster and the content to watch gets old relatively quickly. If you can spring the extra cash for games like Beat Saber or Vader Immortal, however, you’re in for an arm-flailing good time.

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