Oculus announced today the more affordable access to the Oculus VR, the Oculus Go. But if you’re thinking this is just a cheaper variant of the other Oculus VRs, you’re wrong. Oculus Go has its own features and capabilities, meaning you are just given more options to enjoy virtual reality.
For starters, there’s the breathable and comfortable headset that lets you wear it even with your glasses on (yeah, I have glasses so this is very important for me).
Then the screen resolution has been upped a bit from the Rift’s 2160 x 1200 to 2560 x 1440. Oculus Go also features the “fast switch” LCD display, which we assume is the faster or higher refresh rate compared to Rift’s 90 Hz.
The optical lenses are also said to be improved on the Go with a wider field of view and less glare. This VR also comes with built-in speakers so you don’t need an extra accessory. But in case you do not want to disturb your housemates, there’s a 3.5mm headphone jack for that.
Oculus Go ships in 2018. Visit the link below for more details.