Pick Up & Play With the Best Self-Contained VR Oculus QUEST 2

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Have you been interested in a VR headset but don’t want to bother with having to tether it to a high-powered gaming PC or set up motion sensors and cameras?

Or maybe you just don’t want to splash more than a week’s wages on it?

Facebook, now known as Meta, has been offering just this since 2019 with their Oculus QUEST. Its successor, the Oculus QUEST 2, has one-upped itself and secured its place as the best self-contained VR headset on the market.

The Oculus QUEST 2 has a lightweight and sleek design that means you can slash to the beat, survive in a battle royale with your friends or climb a mountain for hours comfortably. All you need is a Facebook account to log in.

More than just a gaming console, you can meet up virtually with your friends, attend a live concert, sync it up to your workspace, or simply watch a movie with the Oculus.

Key Features

Just pick up and start playing with the Oculus QUEST 2 - all you need is a Facebook account to sign in. This self-contained VR doesn’t require a connected computer or any external sensors/cameras.

Totally wireless, you can use this VR anywhere. Fully charged, you’ll get two to three hours of playtime from the headset and up to 30 hours with the AA batteries for the controls.

Experience crystal clear images and smooth motion thanks to the 1832x1920 display resolution per eye and 90Hz refresh rate.

Fully immerse yourself in the environment with built-in audio speakers.

Sleek and lightweight, you’ll be able to play for hours without straining your neck and look great while doing it.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

While the Metaverse might be a ways off still, it’s hard to deny Facebook’s superiority in the VR industry. Combining work, relaxation and play, the Oculus QUEST 2 has something for everybody who wants a more immersive experience.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.