The Oculus Quest 2 from Facebook is one of the best and cheapest VR gaming and entertainment experiences you’ll get untethered to a PC or gaming console.
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You have support for 90Hz for better realism, the headset itself is lighter than before, Hand tracking is baked in with plenty of games and apps available in the Oculus App. You get 6GB of RAM and either a 64GB £299 256GB version for £399. You get double battery life on controllers, 2-3 hour battery life on the headset itself, and Google Cast support so whatever you’re viewing in the headset to a nearby display.
The Quest 2 opts for a single LCD panel, split so as to display an 1832 x 1920 pixel resolution per eye compared to the previous Oculus Quest with OLED panel.
There’s a change to the Interpupillary distance (IPD, the gap between your pupils) slider on the Quest 2. you now have to physically shift the goggles themselves over three pre-set distances, 58mm, 63mm, and 68mm. Oculus recommends a minimum space of 6.5 feet by 6.5 feet for room-scale titles, but you can probably get away with a bit smaller if you’re careful.