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Oculus Quest 2 Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset

Oculus Quest 2 Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset

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$399.0 (5% off)
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Brand: Oculus

Color: White

Features:

  • Next-level Hardware - Make every move count with a blazing-fast processor and our highest-resolution display
  • All-In-One Gaming - With backward compatibility, you can explore new titles and old favorites in the expansive Quest content library
  • Immersive Entertainment - Get the best seat in the house to live concerts, groundbreaking films, exclusive events and more
  • Easy Setup - Just open the box, set up with the smartphone app and jump into VR. No PC or console needed. Requires wireless internet access and the Oculus app (free download) to set up device
  • Premium Display - Catch every detail with a stunning display that features 50% more pixels than the original Quest
  • Ultimate Control - Redesigned Oculus Touch controllers transport your movements directly into VR with intuitive controls
  • PC VR Compatible - Step into incredible Oculus Rift titles by connecting an Oculus Link cable to a compatible gaming PC. Oculus Link Cable sold separately
  • 3D Cinematic Sound - Hear in all directions with built-in speakers that deliver cinematic 3D positional audio

Binding: Video Game

Release Date: 23-08-2021

model number: 899-00182-02

Part Number: 899-00182-02

Details: Oculus quest 2 is our most advanced all-in-one VR system yet. Every detail has been engineered to make virtual worlds adapt to your movements, letting you explore awe-inspiring games and experiences with unparalleled freedom. No PC or Console required. Get the most out of each moment with blazing-fast performance and next-generation graphics. Stay focused with a stunning display that features 50% more pixels than the original quest. Or take a break from the action and grab front-row seats to live concerts, exclusive events and more. The redesigned touch controllers feature improved ergonomics and intuitive controls that transport your gestures, motions and actions directly into VR. You can even connect your VR headset to a gaming-compatible computer with an Oculus Link cable to access hundreds of PC VR games and experiences. Quest 2 also lets you bring your friends into the action. With live casting, you can share your VR experience with people around you. Or meet up with friends in virtual worlds to battle in multiplayer competitions or just spend some time together. With Oculus quest 2, there's no end in sight to what you can play, create and discover in virtual reality.

EAN: 0815820021858

Package Dimensions: 16.4 x 7.7 x 5.0 inches

Languages: English

Customer Reviews

Four and Half Stars
4.8 out of 5 stars based on 17 reviews
Five Stars
64 more GEEBEES for 100 less MONEES
I mean what a good deal.
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Four Stars
~a month later, quest 2 is now just an annoying brick
Honestly, the best thing about this sort of VR is that there's no wires to deal with. Turn on, sign in with Facebook, and done. Also, Beat Saber is pretty much the greatest thing ever. Just...yeah... Beat Saber is life. I know there's something to be said for ohnoes!, - Facebook has more data! Honestly, if they want to see me flail around in Beat Saber, knock yourself out, Facebook. I did pick up the Elite headband/battery/case, and that finishes off the package, but it's by no means necessary - just nice to have. Overall, loving this thing. Yes, the resolution could still be (a lot) better, but for convenience and fun - this is where it's at. We've come a long way from the PSVR days and the crazy setup process and cabling. Excellent stuff, - and great value in its new 128GB configuration. 4.5 out of 5.
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Five Stars
64 more GEEBEES for 100 less MONEES
This 128GB storage capacity is supposed to replace in full the previous 64GB version while keeping the same amazing price! I must admit this 128GB now suits most newer games which are usually massive in size. This is really an excellent space to store good/new/high quality games. Even giving the option to store/watch more 2D and 3D movies. I myself liked the head strap that comes with it, although I never tried the Elite Strap. I would also recommend getting an anti-scratch silicone ring protector if you wear a glass like me as this should help both: your glasses and the VR lenses from getting scratched. It will let you keep your glasses on while playing games or watching movies. Before you use the headset straight away, it needs a few tweaks here and there to ensure comfortable wear specifically for your head size and comfortable view for your eyes by adjusting both the strap sizing and placement as well as the IPD settings. A VR silicon cover is now included in the box which is a great addition for people with sensitive skin. This also resolves many of the complaints about skin irritation in the previous version. Being a classic PC gamer for many years, I would say VR technology is really something that every gamer should try. Just make sure that you are playing in a safe space and a specialized playing area! The Oculus Quest 2 is a fully standalone VR headset and I may also call it a “gaming monster”, with native built-in games if you don’t have a powerful gaming PC. It also works with steam VR games with no problem if you do have a gaming PC and you can connect them both using Steam link and the Oculus Link desktop app. The headset can have a refresh rate of up to 90Hz for some games, compared to only 72Hz on the previous model which also has a lower resolution. This is a big plus of course. Overall, in my opinion, this is the best VR headset around at this moment which can render up to near 4K resolution at 90hz.
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Five Stars
Simply a game changer with a great price point!
Got mine delivered really fast. I was able to set up everything with no problem and with ease. Truly a crazy experience to be in a virtual world--you actually forget that what you see isn't actually real. I found myself oftentimes carefully not bumping into the i.e. furniture in the virtual world when it was just space and nothingness outside of it. One of the coolest features I am stumped about is that if you leave a certain area that you have previously marked, the headset has a grayscale camera that reveals what's in front of you. This is extremely useful for safety measures as it alerts you if you stray too far from your marked territory. Absolutely love it! Also, the headset lasts for about ~2 hours before you need to recharge if you're playing games nonstop. Edit: For those who wear glasses, I highly recommend to buy VR Wave prescription lenses with the headset. For me personally, it's been huge inconvenience trying to remove the headset and putting it back on until I made the investment and bought the lenses. It'll definitely help with having fun in VR without having to adjust your headset frequently.
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Five Stars
This has the best enjoyment/dollar value of just about any purchase ever.
The media could not be loaded. This is the best gaming experience for years, also I'm sweating a lot, so divesting in oculus is like investing in gym subscription
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Five Stars
Such a crazy experience
The media could not be loaded. I expected this to be good but not this amazing!! The app Wander has taken me to beautiful places I wish I could visit. You feel as if you are just flying. Watch the movie “We are stars” 360vr on YouTube and it will take your breath away! My grandson came over and played a drum game… he asked to have this for Christmas after he played it lol (he is 5) and grandma will oblige of course (with parents supervisor and consent). You need to get this and share it with friends. There will be no way back. At least for someone like me who is not a gamer.
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Five Stars
New world for me
very good quality headset. Feels very comfortable to wear if you put back strap near your ocipital bone but sadly lot of people don't know how to wear properly i mentioned. Great for watch netflix movie in monster IMAX theater screen and also tons of 3D VR 180 videos on Youtube. Games are so many to choose and more new game to come every week.
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Five Stars
Breathtaking, easy to use and set up
I specifically bought the Quest 2 to try out Supernatural, absolutely the best purchase all year! I'm a 50 something morbidly obese woman who struggles with mobility issues so I use my Quest 2 while seated in a swiveling office chair (I recommend no arms...) Yes Beat Saber is fun and Wander allows me to explore the globe from home but Supernatural is LIFE CHANGING. Just in 2 months of using the Supernatural app to workout (flow and now BOXING!) I am seeing many physical improvements! My body is toning up, I'm developing obvious new muscles in my arms, back, neck, belly and LEGS - all while seated from a chair! I'm walking easier, my legs and back hurt less and I have more energy. I'm stunned my calves and thighs are getting stronger, my husband pointed out he sees me using my legs to pivot the chair to follow portals and I do lean n lunge with the triangles, too. The Supernatural FB community is awesome too. I've met some really cool new online friends from around the country. I highly recommend the Q2 though unless you plan to download a ton of movies you really only need the 128 version. 2 months in and I realize there's no way I will fill the 256 unless I record many hours of my Supernatural workouts lol Get the Quest 2, Get Supernatural and JOIN US! You'll be glad you did!
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Five Stars
amazing experience
This is the virtual reality device I have been dreaming of since the mid 90s. I am primarily a PC gamer, so I wanted something that would work with my PC, and I was not all that interested in the standalone functionality. I was amazed at the quality of the standalone quest 2 games. The virtual environments are much more convincing than I expected. It really feels like you are IN these games. The controllers do a great job of mimicking real life hand use, and the haptic feedback can make it feel like you are actually touching/pressing things (example: saving your game in Resident Evil 4 VR really feels like you are typing on an old mechanical typewriter). The first time I took the headset off, I had to spend several seconds processing the fact that my living room was indeed real. You can also use this to watch shows and movies, and even meet up with people this way. I delayed buying one for years because I was worried I would regret it, but instead it's better than I dared to hope.
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Five Stars
64 more GEEBEES for 100 less MONEES
I have always loved the idea of VR and I have tried it a handful of times through store kiosks and local arcades that have them. But I was never able to actually own one myself because I never had a PC powerful enough nor the room space to be able to use it effectively. But I recently got a new apartment that is huge and I finally scrapped the extra money together to buy the quest 2 and I have nothing but good things to say about it. I love that it does not require any cables to be able to use it when it is charged so the freedom inside the games feels even more immersive. I also love the picture quality, I was nervous at first seeing as how it is not using a PC to be it's graphical power source but I was wrong, it is gorgeous and I literally feel like I am in another world. I will also say for anyone concerned (I didn't give a crap at all btw), it was just announced yesterday that a Facebook account is no longer required to use this device, so if that was a deal breaker for you then you're in luck! So far I have played Superhot, VR-Chat, Arizona Sunshine, and Vader Immortal and they were all breathtaking experiences and I was in my glory the entire time. The controllers are super accurate and feel great to hold, every button is perfectly positioned on the controllers. I also found that the 128gb model is plenty of storage for how small most of the games are install size wise so I feel there is no need to spend an extra $100 on unneeded storage. One thing that may be an issue for some is the head-strap built onto the headset itself. I had heard from a few people that the (sold separately) strap extension is a MUST for people with even remotely bigger heads, I find as someone with a big head that the default head-strap is completely fine for me. Luckily I opted to take a risk and not buy the separate strap extension because it would have been a waste of money for me. You may want it if you wear glasses though which I do not. But, obviously no device is perfect so I will say what I do not like is how short the battery life is but I suppose it is a good thing because it forces you to give your eyes a break so it is what it is. All and all, I would highly recommend this device to everyone. It is amazing.
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Five Stars
I am absolutely blown away!
Bought this for my boyfriend as a Christmas gift and I was too excited to wait so he opened it and absolutely loved it ! Set up took about 10min and it comes with plenty free apps to try it out but I’m sure we’ll buy a few games soon. Didn’t have any issues with the lenses, they had 3 modes and the 2nd mode worked the best. Very comfy headset and very easy to use. Worth it 100% !!!
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Five Stars
Its awesome thing
I took this helmet as my first. I really liked him Of the merits, very good picture quality (no pixels visible) Games can be run directly on the helmet itself, it's just like a console on your head! Moreover, the games look pretty nice, although some games look better on pc Excellent tracking of controllers I have never had such a thing that he lost controllers Hand tracking is also present, but it works mediocre enough. It needs excellent lighting and does not cover each other's hands. In general, a cool feature, but for now it needs some work. Well, it's also worth noting that the headset itself has an excellent sound! I thought that he would be pretty mediocre on it, and therefore decided to take headphones as well. Headphones are certainly not bad, but I still prefer the sound from the helmet itself so as not to wear anything extra I also want to note the controllers themselves, the batteries that are preinstalled at the bottom can last a charge for about a month, and also from time to time I can hit the wall and the controllers are quite strong (unlike my fingers) Well, the price is $ 300 Of the minuses Once, I accidentally hit the helmet with the controller and the sound in one of the headphones on the helmet disappeared, but then I accidentally hit it again and it came back ¯ \ _ (ツ) _ / ¯
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Five Stars
Awesome !
I bought this for video games, I have since been blown away by what I have found to be freely available. I have tried around 150 apps/games/experiences. I have only paid for about 8 of them. I learned how to make music tracks in Virtuoso, I took a tour of Ann Frank's house, I learned how it felt to lose your eye sight and experience your surroundings through sound, I have seen countless documentaries (which is a whole new experience since you are there in the world), I got to fly through the International Space Station, I have fought as a gladiator against man and beast, I have fired up my last shot against hordes of zombies before resorting to baseball bats as the adrenaline sores, I have spent many hours exercising in a variety of games, but one of my favorite is Moon Rider (a free VR web browser title)(it's a rhythm game that can be played with light sabers or by punching the beats), and I have also attended concerts and enjoyed events while still being able to be my normal introverted self. My computer is not at all capable of working with VR, so that sucks, but the amount of stuff the Quest 2 can do stand alone is insanely impressive! There is so much here, it is like buying yourself a second life. I highly recommend reading up ahead of time on a site such as UploadVr. They have great introductory stories hidden away on that site specifically to prepare you and educate you on the Quest 2. My 65 year old mother even bought one, primarily for indoor exercise, but she also enjoys the travel apps which is as close to going somewhere as you can get without going there. Personally I enjoy the free Virtual Traveller, but I think my mother uses a pay app. If you are on the fence about this, stop right now and just buy it. The only caveat to this is that you do need enough well lit space that you can swing your arms about in a circle. I very quickly made more and more and more room in my living room. Now with the holidays I new there would be trouble. I punched a Christmas ball off the tree yesterday whole in a demo fight in an amazing boxing game called The Fight. I still haven't found that ball. It was a good solid left hook! I've also punched the ceiling while jumping and grabbing for a frisbee in the free zero g space sports game that plays like a cross between Ender's Game and Tron. In the gladiator game Gladius I ended up punching the handle off my decorative display cabinet. I cut my hand up on that one. The point here is you need space. Even when you try not to move, you move! There is a digital barrier that you start to see if you get too close to the edge, but in the heat of the moment it's not always enough.
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Five Stars
Great virtual reality helmet
I'm very impressed with this headset! I wrestled with whether to pay $100 more for double the storage capacity, but after perusing apps in the Oculus store and averaging app sizes, I determined there was too little value in that. Down the road, if I get REALLY into VR in general, I might wind up regretting that decision, but I honestly think that would be the only thing I'd regret about this device. Oculus was experiencing some kind of server issue that prevented me from completing registration and setup right away, so it was about 4 hours after I unboxed it that I was able to use it. And boy, was I blown away! I still have a VR headset that requires a phone be stuck in it, but I haven't used it in a while for just that reason. This one, of course, doesn't need that, and the resolution is really, really good. Your IPD (Inter-pupillary distance), or the distance between your eyes, can be accommodated by selecting from 3 different widths. I read one review that said the maximum is 68mm, but their IPD was 72. In that case, the image will appear blurry. For that reason, I suggest checking your IPD before you purchase. What's in the box is simple, the headset, two controllers (with batteries), a spacer for those who wear glasses and a silicone piece that makes it comfortable to wear against your face. It's very well balanced and doesn't feel heavy to me, but there are optional head straps you can get if you find it too front-heavy. I also like the passthrough feature that lets you see your real-world environment if/when you need to. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and immersiveness of the sound, but I will probably get some ear buds soon so I can get a fuller volume level (I usually have the volume on about 6-7). But it sounds great. The 'Home' environment, which is set up like a house or apartment, is really cool, and there are several different designs available. I found the battery life, stated as about two hours, to be pretty accurate, but I bought a 10-foot USB cable so that I could have it plugged in and playing while it's charging (yes, you can use it fully while it's charging). There is a head strap available with a place for an optional battery to extend use time without worrying about a cable, but that doesn't seem necessary to me, at least not at this point. I just got done using it, and I was in VR for about 3 1/2 hours, and battery life was still 82%. So far, I have used it for probably 20 hours total since I've had it, and the controller batteries are still at 100%. I'm sure that depends on what you're doing, though. I have watched a couple of movies, and with the ability to have a curved screen (or flat if you prefer) that views even larger than my 60" TV, it's just amazing. I've also played a few games, watched some videos of dancers, concerts, and awesome, immersive tours of places like Switzerland, Italy, the Matterhorn, Great Lakes, under-sea stuff and so many more. All of it has been awesome. And so far, I have found enough good, free content that I haven't gotten around to purchasing anything yet! Another effective feature is the voice control. You can do almost anything using voice commands, including powering the device off. I haven't explored that feature too deeply yet, but I have started and stopped apps and games, checked local time and weather and performed several other functions just by telling it what I want. You just double-press the 'Oculus' button to get it to listen for voice commands One complaint I know many will have, is that setting up the device REQUIRES a Facebook account. BUT, you can set it so that your FB profile info, including your profile name, will not be revealed in VR if you happen to do some multi-person thing, and neither is your Oculus username revealed to your FB contacts, so that doesn't bother me at all. The only thing I wish, and this is so minor it's really almost petty, but I do wish it came in black. That isn't even worth deducting stars over. Overall, I just love it, and I highly recommend it!
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Five Stars
This is the Absolute Best thing I have ever purchased for myself.
The media could not be loaded. I absolutely love this set! Came super fast. Packaged very well. No missing items…. It’s So much FUN, the crazy part is playing games on this vr set is a work out ???? without you knowing your working out. I lost 15 pounds easy, with this set.. buy it you won’t be disappointed..
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Five Stars
I'm Going To Go Ahead And Say 'Amazing'!
I understand why they added the new face covers. The material is BAAAAD. Don't get me wrong, it's a great headset. Stronger than the Quest 1, cheaper and lighter. HOWEVER, the build quality is not as great as the Quest 1. They're kind of going the Quantity over Quality route. I've owned the Quest 1, HP Reverb G2, and Valve Index. Unfortunately, I had to downscale so I sold my index and got a Quest 2. This is how I look at it. First off, the face cover... it feels like cheap memory foam they pulled out of a car's seats. Within 5 seconds, my face felt like it did on the Quest 1 in an hour long gaming session. The new covers fix that, but man, I never thought I'd miss the old cover so much. The old ones honestly felt decent. Not too premium, not too rough. It honestly felt like I was rubbing a fine sponge on my face, first time using this thing. The controllers also look worse. They feel the same as the older ones, but they look like they were put together in a rush. On the older controllers, there were barely any noticeable gaps in the plastic, but they are SO obvious here. EDIT : New note; Tracking somehow seems worse... I'd say 3/4 times I use the headset, my Tracking is lost while I'm playing in a pretty well lit and detailed room. The Tracking of the controllers also seems worse. Functionally, it is the same. But Tracking on the Quest 1 definitely felt much smoother. The head strap is part downgrade/part neutral. I find it good that you can upgrade them, but we're talking about the base straps. The Quest 2 straps pinch your hair, if you've just recently cut them and they also chew on your ears. Of this whole experience I've had with the Quest 2, it's been my ears that have been the most annoyed. Audio is also lopsides, with my left hearing more than right. I'm gonna assume this can be resolved with some kind of RMA, but I'm fine with this. The software somehow also feels like a downgrade (or over complication and under complication). In the older versions (Quest 1 versions), you could find most things on one tab and basic functions were in submenus. Everything is all over the place now, and settings is placed in the library like an app... that's just weird. Also, the controllers... they represent where your fingers are a lot less than the older ones. It's a small detail, but it got me so immersed in the Quest 1. It doesn't sit well with me, but it's a minor problem. Lastly, IPD adjustment... I guess it's not that big of a deal, but I'd have preferred a 'by the millimeter' system. It does its job though. As for pros of this headset, there's a lot... 1. It's a cheap entry into VR and you won't even need a PC. 2. Oculus Software is usually pretty clean (I don't like how it changed so much, but I'll get used to it.) 3. You can play PCVR with it. 4. It generally improved on its predecessor, and at a lower cost. 5. You can upgrade comfort. Would I recommend it? If you're willing to ignore facebook being a requirement, yeah. It's still a versatile headset, regardless of it's downsides.
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Five Stars
Incredible set!!!
I swear using this is the most fun I've done in a long time Some games may not be that well optimized but it still doesn't take away from the fact that it is fun to use. The only thing I did not like was the head strap, you really feel too much pressure on your face so I recommend buying one that balances all the weight in a balanced way
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