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Oculus Quest 2 64GB $430.87 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Oculus Quest 2 is our most advanced all-in-one VR system yet. Every detail has been engineered to make virtual worlds adapt to your movements, letting you explore awe-inspiring games and experiences with unparalleled freedom. No PC or console required. Get the most out of each moment with blazing-fast performance and next-generation graphics.

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      quest 1 fits most glasses as it is bigger than quest 2 but if your glasses are not that big, it will be fit to guest 2

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    Had this since launch.

    Sound is a bit of a let down and the default facial interface is not that great.

    I've upgraded with the VR cover and Vive DAS. Considering a counterweight now - likely a rock or maybe a battery pack.

    I've ended up rebuying a few titles I own on PC as the Quest 2 can run them without issue and it initially saved having to break out the USB cable to connect to my PC.

    I just tried Beat Saber, Longbow HL Alyx with Air link and was impressed with the performance. I was initially seeing a few lag issues with my setup (wifi bridge), however, after a few tweaks, the experience is great. I was able to complete a few Beat Saber expert levels with Air link. I'm now planning another play through of HL Alyx with Air Link walking around to interact with things in a 3x3 play area.

    My personal must have games are Beat Saber, Pistol Whip and Half Life Alyx.

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      Beat saber definitely. I find that I play beat saber almost daily. It's one of those games that you can just pick up, launch, play 2-3 songs as a light workout and then go do something else. All in 15 mins. It's even good as a party game. Have had a few people over a few times, and did a small beatsaber drinking/competition game.

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      The DAS is a must (requires adapters to fit the quest 2, can be bought or printed if you have a printer) if you can get it for the right price, managed to get one for $163 shipped from amazon, but now selling for $261 which is a bit steep, game for me at the moment is Star wars pinball, but i'll play daily in death unchained, mini motor racing X, and to finsh the night i'll have a fly around in aircar, (steam) there's very little to do in it except fly around yet it's so relaxing, and its free https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O1N9eEPezE

  • +3 votes

    How do these go with VR bloke on bloke stuff. Asking for a me.

    • +1 vote

      go to whatever site you use, search VR and off you go, a friend told me :P

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    did they make it 120hz upgrade recently?

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      yes, but not all games support 120hz, listed below are 120hz suported

      Echo VR
      Cubism
      Eleven Table Tennis
      Racket Fury
      Virtual Desktop
      Rhythm ‘n Bullets

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        Is this supported over wireless or is it Oculus Link only for 120Hz? (Also can it run 120Hz on the sole device?)

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      Yep, most apps don't support it yet and those that do suffer some additional battery drain. That being said, wirelessly streaming 120hz from a PC is a big step up.

      I'd definitely recommend picking up a third party face cover, head strap and hand straps tho

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    What's the normal RRP for this?

    • +2 votes

      $479 AUD from the official Oculus website / store, including shipping, for the 64GB model.

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      479 everyday price at amazon au free shipping no prime required

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    Is it still fun without the PC and PC games?

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      Yes, it's great playing games natively from the quest store and they aren't too expensive. Plus if you don't like a game and have played less than 2 hours or 2 weeks you get a full refund

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    great product but not so good for people with glasses, if your frames are wide, they dont even fit in. Its a shame as its a fantastic step up to previous gen VRs (I had the original RIFT) and the fact its wireless makes it even more attractive.

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      Just buy some prescription lenses. It's a little extra money but well worth it.

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        what do you mean prescription lenses ? I already have them in my current glasses.

        outside of fit, another major issue is the fogging up. Even if I heat up the glasses with a hair dryer (which lets admit, its ridiculous I have to do that), they fog up after 10 min play and it really spoils the experience so I play without glasses which does not feel natural as things are blurry.

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          Reloptix Magnetic lenses - search above in the comments

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          He is suggesting you buy specialized lenses only for quest2. In this case, you don't use your daily glasses but install the lenses to quest2 directly. You can buy the lenses from aliexpress at a cheaper price.

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      I wear glasses with my Quest 2 with the frame attachment it comes with and its been great.

      It would be even better if it had built in optics adjustment for people with glasses so that you dont have to wear glasses, like some binoculars have, but I dont think any headsets have this

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4vuk_XhZsk
    Months Later w/ PS5 / Xbox / Oculus Quest 2 - Things I LOVE & HATE

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    Does anyone know if I open it to try but I don't like it, can I return it to get a full refund?

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    Anyone able to suggest a solid budget friendly PC (pre built or parts list) that you could get away with paring with this headset?

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      I don’t think you need a PC mate it’s standalone

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        Looks right, cheers mate. But also read you can access a larger library if you connect to PC? Does that just mean there's more in the store, or that there's other games that you can only run with a PC connected?

        • +3 votes

          Yes some games are pcvr only.

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          Some games are PCVR only. For example: Half Life Alyx, Lone Echo.

          Other games may have higher quality with the PCVR version, or more ability to mod.

          For example, on my PC, I play Beat Saber with custom maps and a few mods. I also have the Quest version which I play mainly for convenience.

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      You'd be looking for something similar to:
      3600 + B450 based board + 16GB 3200Mhz Ram (or intel equivilants)

      For wireless play, Router that supports 5Ghz or Wifi 6.
      Or for wired play: Link Cable 5 metres, optical or a cheaper shorter cable.

      The GPU is where you're likely to have trouble. My personal recommendation for a GPU would be 2060S or above. With my old video card(RX580 4GB), I got a bit of screen tearing using the link cable, though I never bothered to tweak settings before replacing it.

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        Cool, cheers. The basic PC on PartsPicker beats that by a little, it looks like.

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    Do you still get Australian warranty if purchased through Amazon AU, if it comes from Amazon US?

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    Tell me why I should or shouldn't buy it.

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      Sure, for an extra $48.13(ignoring other discounts)… you get:

      • Faster shipping
      • Au power plug
      • Easier warranty on the off chance something goes wrong
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    I used to think VR was pricey, but now that you don't need a PC and the price has come down, even latest gen consoles are way more expensive

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    Currently down to 426.12. Just grabbed one :)

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    • +1 vote

      Thanks for this, I just ordered one.