Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced some keynotes of Oculus Connect 5 and announced that a new headset called Oculus Quest will be released for $ 399 in the spring of 2019.
A standalone VR device is the first wireless Oculus positioning hardware positioned on both the headset itself and the two-handed controller. The headset comes with over 50 games specially designed for the device at launch.
The headset is priced at $ 399 and its main headset, Oculus Rift, is $ 399. After the release of Oculus Go, it will be a premium standalone option at the beginning of this year for $ 199, with the latest generation of mobile follow-up Ability to move freely within space is missing.
Oculus first announced what was called "Santa Cruz" at the development meeting two years ago. At that time, the feature prototype was related to a stand-alone position tracking helmet, but over time, we added a controller on board to bring a more lifelike experience. In the last few months, developers were playing with the platform which is an intermediate platform for Oculus, balancing the simplicity of Oculus Go and the game function of Rift.
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Oculus Quest, Facebook's latest VR headset will be shipped in spring for $ 399.
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