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The $200 Oculus Go, the most accessible VR headset, is finally here. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg presented a new mobile headset called “Oculus Go” half a year ago, and now the team has finally released the device. Is it worth your time and money?
Want to learn more about the released device? VRScout has published an article with 5 reasons to buy the Go device. First, it is all about price, of course. The device would cost you just $199. Isn’t that a bargain? It is also said to be incredibly fast and tough with expected 1.5-2 hours of gaming, or 2-2.5 hours of video watching with a full charge.
According to Facebook VP of VR Hugo Barra the device is “hands-down the easiest way for developers to get involved with VR.” Oculus Go is described as lightweight and it “feels incredibly soft to wear.” The new VR device offers lenses that have the same wide field-of-view as Rift and a small controller similar to the one that comes with the Gear VR. The device also comes with “fast-switch” WQHD LCD screen and spatial audio. Go is also cross-compatible with all Gear VR titles.
What is your take on Oculus Go? Is it the best VR offer so far? Share your thoughts in the comments.