The newly released Oculus Quest virtual reality headset packs quite a punch. However, even at a price of $399, the device is still out of reach many buyers who are looking for something more affordable. If you are shopping for a cheaper standalone VR headset, then the Quest predecessor Oculus Go will be a great pick. The Oculus Go still offers one of the best VR experiences and at just $199, it is within reach for many first-time buyers looking for a VR experience. The headset is just about to get cheaper with a Prime Day sale price of just $159. For a limited duration of time, customers will be able to acquire the Oculus Go VR Headset (32GB) for the Prime Day sales price while stocks last.
With the current sales offers, both the 32GB and 64GB versions of the headsets are now available at their lowest prices yet on Amazon so whichever one you go for, you would still be getting a good bargain. Today’s sale offer gives buyers up to $40 off the regular sales price, the best deal yet that beats even the Black Friday sales price for late last year. The 64GB model will be going for $209 with the sales offer.
For users looking for a great virtual reality experience without the encumbrances of a powerful PC or phone, the Oculus Go VR headset offers a comfortable and versatile option. Without the PC tethering, you can get all that you need within the viewer of the headset. You can also use the virtual reality headset with or without headphones as it is built with directional speakers in its unit that work just fine. The Oculus Go headset also gives you access to a large library of VR games and apps.
Oculus Go is an accessible virtual reality headset option which is designed for everyone. It was the third release from Oculus and was marketed as the compromise between the PC-powered Oculus Rift and the phone-powered Samsung Gear VR. Oculus Go headset offers users more power and capability than the phone-based headset although it still falls short of the PC-powered experiences in performance. However, there are advantages that come with using a standalone virtual reality headset such as the convenience of not having to tether to anything.
The headset also gives users access to a constellation of some of the top VR games, movies as well as concerts that you can immerse yourself in. There is also lots of new content that is rolling all the time. You will also love the headset’s unique portable form factor. The built-in speakers provide great sound without the need to use messy cords. If you will be using it on the go, you may want to buy a carrying case to protect your VR investment.
The only drawback is that it has a single handheld remote instead of two so you won’t play games like Beat Saber with it.
The Oculus Quest is undoubtedly the better buy but if you don’t have the $399 and are eager to acquire a new affordable virtual reality headset, then you can grab the $159 Oculus Go offer.
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