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Oculus Go

Oculus Go
  • Field of View

    101°

  • Resolution

    2560 × 1440 px

  • Refresh Rate

    72 Hz

  • Weight

    467 g

Description
The Oculus Go is a standalone VR headset. It runs Android, so you can download and enjoy an ever-growing library of apps, games, and experiences from the Google Play Store. It features a 2560 × 1440 LCD screen for each eye and the best resolution currently in VR, combined with a wide 101° field of view for true immersion. With the Oculus Go, you can explore virtual reality from anywhere and share it with friends. The headset is engineered to be simple and comfortable, with easy setup and just one cord that goes directly into a newly designed controller. All you need is your phone and the Oculus app on your phone or PC - no expensive gaming PC required.
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
190 × 105 × 115 mm
Weight
467 g
Other
Mini Display Port?
No
Flip Visor?
No
MicroSD?
YES
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
No
Eye Tracking?
No
IPD Adjustment?
No
Front Camera?
YES
Cooling System
No
Built in Microphone?
YES
MicroUSB?
No
Voice Command?
YES
Display Port?
No
Battery Life
2.5 h
Positional Tracking?
No
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Built in Headphones?
YES
HDMI?
No
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
No
Display
Refresh Rate
72 Hz
Display Type
LCD
Resolution
2560 × 1440 px
Field of View
101°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
8 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel Core i3-6100 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200, FX4350 or greater.
Min. Graphics Required
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti or Radeon RX 470 or greater
Overview
Category
Standalone VR
Model Name
Go
Country of Origin
United States
Brand
Oculus
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the Oculus Go
Rated 4.2 / 5 from 7 Reviews
Oculus Go
pcmag.com
  • - 4
The Oculus Go is an affordable, comfortable standalone virtual reality headset that lets you try out VR without making a big investment in hardware.
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MOBILE VR, MINUS THE PHONE
theverge.com
  • - 3.5
The Oculus Go makes improvements to the Gear VR, but its biggest achievement is just making mobile VR content easier to access. It’s a reasonably priced device that doesn’t require having a specific phone, doesn’t force you to clumsily lock that phone into another piece of hardware, and doesn’t drain the battery that you might need for more important tasks. And as long as VR is still a labor of love, anything that reduces the “labor” factor is great news.
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The £199 Oculus Go could be the all-in-one VR headset that brings virtual reality to the masses. Here's our review.
techadvisor.com
  • - 4.5
The Oculus Go has the potential to really show the masses the potential of VR, and despite all the tech being crammed into the headset, it’s still sleek, lightweight and comfortable to wear over long periods. The display is impressive too, boasting a fast-switch LCD display that almost completely removes SDE, an issue still prevalent in high-end VR headsets.
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Portable VR, no strings attached
cnet.com
  • - 4
Oculus Go is VR for the masses: A self-contained, standalone virtual reality headset that's portable, affordable and delivers a great experience for the price.
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Convenient VR For The Masses
tomshardware.com
  • - 5
With a user experience that's better than any mobile headset and a price that almost anyone can afford, the Oculus Go delivers a great VR experience for the money, no smartphone or PC required.
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The headset that will take VR mainstream
techradar.com
  • - 4.5
Oculus Go marks a new era for VR, one in which anyone can simply slip on a headset and dive into virtual realms. Though not perfect, it offers a comfortable fit, solid build, excellent visuals and the promise of more great content to come. For the price, Oculus Go gives it's tethered older brother Oculus Rift a run for its money.
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Still worth buying?
threesixtycameras.com
  • - 3.75
The Oculus Go is still a great device. It’s cheap, easy to use and there’s so much to do on it, but it has its limitations and there are certainly more advanced options. You shouldn’t get the Oculus Go is you are looking for the full VR experience with the most advanced games. If you are looking for a casual VR device to watch movies, 360 video and YouTube then the Go is still the best headset for this thanks to it’s excellent screen and low price.
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