Facebook launches Oculus Quest 2: Successor of Oculus’s most successful virtual reality glasses, starting at just $ 300

Tram Ho

Sony and Microsoft aren’t the only two companies to launch gaming devices this year-end holiday. Recently, Facebook also launched the Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset.

Oculus Quest 2 is the successor to the most successful VR headset of Oculus or Facebook, with stronger configuration than the previous generation and cheaper resale price. The Oculus Quest 2 starts at just $ 300, and includes two wireless controllers and a VR headset.

Facebook ra mắt Oculus Quest 2: Kẻ kế nhiệm chiếc kính thực tế ảo thành công nhất của Oculus, giá bán chỉ từ 300 USD - Ảnh 1.

Like the first version of Quest, Quest 2 does not require a connection to a PC. The glasses are like a virtual reality Nintendo Switch version, can be used anywhere and anytime. However, you can still connect to your PC and play some games that require more processing power, like Half-Life: Alyx.

Oculus Quest 2 is lighter, more powerful and has a better display than its predecessor. More importantly, Oculus Quest 2 has a cheaper price than the previous generation, the 64GB version costs $ 300, the 256GB version costs $ 400.

Facebook ra mắt Oculus Quest 2: Kẻ kế nhiệm chiếc kính thực tế ảo thành công nhất của Oculus, giá bán chỉ từ 300 USD - Ảnh 2.

The sunglasses weigh only 503 grams, compared to the Quest at 571 grams. Quest 2 has an all-white design, instead of black as before. The head strap part is made of soft cloth, instead of the rubber strap like the previous generation.

Oculus Quest 2 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor and 6GB RAM. The screen resolution is much higher than the Quest, 1832 x 1920 pixels per eye instead of 1440 x 1600 pixels. The current frequency is still 72Hz, but an update will be updated to 90Hz in the near future.

Facebook ra mắt Oculus Quest 2: Kẻ kế nhiệm chiếc kính thực tế ảo thành công nhất của Oculus, giá bán chỉ từ 300 USD - Ảnh 3.

Oculus Quest 2 after launch also became the top VR headset of Facebook. Because Facebook has officially stopped selling its Oculus Rift product line, to move entirely to Oculus Quest.

Reference: theverge

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