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Oculus Go 64GB

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The Oculus Go is a new standalone VR headset, hitting the UK in 2018. You don’t need to slip your smartphone inside to experience virtual...Read more
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Pros

  • The knit mesh face plate feels nice and snug
  • slick; easy to navigate and is just really thoughtful
  • easier; more accessible; and hassle-free experience

Cons

  • built-in lithium ion battery takes
  • require an expensive PC to run
  • Oculus Rift

Key specs

  • Built in
  • 2560, 1440 px
  • LCD
  • 100 °

Oculus Go 64GB - Pros & Cons

Oculus Go 64GB

Pros

  • The knit mesh face plate feels nice and snug
  • slick; easy to navigate and is just really thoughtful
  • easier; more accessible; and hassle-free experience
  • Everything is crisp and clear to listen to
  • Oculus Go is pretty comfortable
  • crisp; clean audio with no
  • It also improves upon the visual clarity
  • everything is nice and clear
  • setup proved a fairly seamless process
  • really easy to navigate
  • solid display The screen in VR headsets is important

Cons

  • built-in lithium ion battery takes
  • require an expensive PC to run
  • Oculus Rift
  • rubbery eyeglass spacer
  • No built-in 'phones like
  • need an expensive PC to go with a pricey headset
  • Lacking for content Screen is so-so
  • OLED displays are more expensive to make than LCD ones
  • Oculus Go is a really odd product
  • not much in the way of audio leakage
  • not going to be looking at your phone every 5 minutes

Oculus Go 64GB Full Specifications

Display
Display sourceBuilt in
Resolution per eye2560 x 1440 px
Display technologyLCD
Field of view100.0 °
Refresh rate72.0 Hz
Dimensions
Weight16.51 oz
Connectivity
Bluetoothno
HDMIno
USByes
Type of USB connectorMicro-USB
Headphone outputyes
Card reader integratedno
Features
Headphone connectionBuilt-in headphones
Supplied accessories
  • Gamepad
  • Motion controller
Built-in speaker(s)yes
Design
Colour of productWhite
Power
Powered via USBno
Battery technology
Lithium-Ion
Battery life2.5 h

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Oculus Go 64GB Editorial Reviews (28)

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Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go: Full tour and AYNTK
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Recombu
Published: 03.05.2018
Oculus Go: Full tour and AYNTK

The Oculus Go is a new standalone VR headset, hitting the UK in 2018. You don’t need to slip your smartphone inside to experience virtual...

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go review: mobile VR, minus the phone
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The Verge
Published: 01.05.2018
Oculus Go review: mobile VR, minus the phone
3.5

It still has the basic shortcomings of phone-based VR.

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go review: VR has never been so good for so cheap
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Mashable
Published: 01.05.2018
Oculus Go review: VR has never been so good for so cheap
4.5

This is the VR headset we've all been waiting for.

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go hands-on: going lean
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VentureBeat
Published: 25.03.2018
Oculus Go hands-on: going lean

One of the very first things I did in Oculus Go was lean. I was playing Settlers of Catan at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, and where the Experiment 7 studio demonstrating cross-play from Rift to Oculus Go. There was a person sitting to my right in VR, and I instinctively leaned to […]

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go Review
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ap.ign.com
Published: 09.05.2018
Oculus Go Review

Finally, high-quality VR for the masses.

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go review — Mobility makes it a powerful experience
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VentureBeat
Published: 01.05.2018
Oculus Go review — Mobility makes it a powerful experience
0.2

Review Facebook’s Oculus division has been working on making virtual reality into an easier, more accessible, and hassle-free experience. The result is the Oculus Go, which you can use with no PC connection and no wires. The Oculus Go can’t run some of the beefiest virtual reality applications that have been made for the more powerful […]

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go Standalone VR Headset Review: Convenient VR For The Masses
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tomshardware.co.uk
Published: 29.11.2019
Oculus Go Standalone VR Headset Review: Convenient VR For The Masses
5.0

Welcome to the beginning of the next era of virtual reality hardware, where host devices aren’t needed, and cables are just for charging.

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go
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Trusted Reviews
Published: 01.05.2018
Oculus Go
4.0

The Oculus Go is a new headset offers a completely self contained VR experience. It’s completely wireless, and it doesn't rely on a phone for its screen.

Oculus Go 64GB VR curious? The $200 Oculus Go is the perfect gateway
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Digital Trends
Published: 18.05.2018
VR curious? The $200 Oculus Go is the perfect gateway

Standalone and mobile virtual reality is aimed at bringing VR to the masses – but so far companies have largely failed to really make a splash in consumer consciousness. Can the new Oculus Go change that? Find out in our Oculus Go review.

Oculus Go 64GB Oculus Go Standalone VR Headset Review
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Lifewire
Oculus Go Standalone VR Headset Review

The Oculus Go is a sleek headset with three degrees of freedom and no cables to keep you trapped. Launch into underwater worlds, intense shooters or calming mountain hikes with a crystal clear 2560 x 1440p LCD display.

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