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Oculus Quest vs Oculus Rift

4.1 in
8.7 in
Oculus Quest VR Headset
Oculus Quest
4.8 in
11.85 in
Oculus Rift VR Headset
Oculus Rift
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Editiorial reviews
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53 editorial reviews
Virtual reality (VR) produces a computer-generated environment–complete with realistic sights, sounds and other sensations–which a person can explore by wearing a special kind of headset and, in some cases, using certain props. Basically every VR experience will allow the user to feel as though they are in this simulated world and look around it, while more advanced systems allow for movement and interaction. While the ability of VR to provide valuable, realistic experiences without introducing real-world risks has found many fans across various industries (from healthcare to real estate), the most popular types of virtual reality content remain video games, movies and television. For thoseRead more
The Oculus Rift was, and still very much is, the poster child for virtual reality. Born in Palmer Luckey's garage, the Rift not only rocketed to Kickstarte...Read more
Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing is truly one of the most interesting and original titles I’ve played in VR in quite some time. Borrowing and blending arcade ship combat ideas from Assassin’s Cr…Read more
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Full Comparison

Display

Oculus QuestOculus QuestOculus RiftOculus Rift
Display source
Built in
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Built in
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Reality type
Virtual Reality
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N/A
Resolution per eye
  • 1400
  • 1600
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  • 1080
  • 1200
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Display technology
OLED
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OLED
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Field of view
100.0 °
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110.0 °
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Refresh rate
72.0 Hz
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90.0 Hz
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Features

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Glasses compatible
yes
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yes
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Position tracking
yes
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yes
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Gesture control
yes
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N/A
Optics correction
yes
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yes
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Focus adjustment
yes
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yes
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Control type
Touch
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N/A
Front-Facing camera
no
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N/A
Eye tracking
no
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N/A
Movement tracking
6 degrees of freedom
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6 degrees of freedom
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Headphone connection
Built-in headphones
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Built-in headphones
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Room-scale tracking
yes
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yes
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Windows Mixed Reality Compatible
no
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N/A
Supplied accessories
Gamepad
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Gamepad
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Coloration mode
Monotone
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Monotone
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Adjustable straps
yes
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yes
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Adjustable interpupillary distance
yes
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N/A
Built-in headphones
yes
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yes
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Built-in microphone
yes
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N/A
Built-in speaker(s)
yes
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N/A

Dimensions

Oculus QuestOculus QuestOculus RiftOculus Rift
Height
8.7 in
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11.85 in
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Width
4.1 in
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4.8 in
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Depth
7.6 in
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8.86 in
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Weight
20.14 oz
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16.58 oz
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Design

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Colour of product
Black
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Black
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Body material
Plastic
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Plastic
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Connectivity

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Connectivity technology
Wired & Wireless
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Controller compatibility
  • Oculus Touch
  • Xbox One Wireless gamepad
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  • Oculus Touch
  • Xbox One Wireless gamepad
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Bluetooth
yes
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yes
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HDMI
yes
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yes
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USB
yes
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yes
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Type of USB connector
USB
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USB
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Number of USB 2.0
1
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1
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Number of USB 3.0/3.1 (Gen 1)
3
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3
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Wi-Fi
yes
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N/A
Card reader integrated
no
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no
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USB version
N/A
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
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Power

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Powered via USB
yes
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yes
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Powered by battery
yes
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N/A