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- Lightweight Headset — designed with innovative, breathable fabrics and injection foam molding developed for professional athletes
- Wide Quad, Fast-Switch LCD — dramatically improves visual clarity and reduces screen-door effect
- Next-generation Oculus Lenses — offering a wide field of view with significantly reduced glare
- Integrated Spatial Audio — speakers built into the headset, transporting you straight into VR and making the headset easy to share with someone else
- Standalone VR — no additional devices required while in VR (Oculus Go requires the Oculus Companion App, downloadable from the iOS and Android store on a smartphone)
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Oculus Go is the easiest way to jump into virtual reality. For the first time, Oculus brings you a truly standalone VR headset—with no additional devices required while in VR. Oculus Go is portable, comfortable, and easy to use. Just put it on, switch it on, and watch a movie on a 180" screen, catch a concert from the first row, play a game, or hang out with friends.
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It exceeded them!
It is friction-less VR at its best. I didn't need a laptop or have to insert a phone to get started. Oculus Go is also very comfortable to wear.
I had a Samsung Gear VR and I returned it back because the phone kept heating up after using it for a while. I also had to keep taking the phone out to perform updates or check notifications.
Oculus Go has none of those problems.
For $200 there cannot be a better VR device. Oculus has done a great job!
The "3D" spacialized sound works so well. Some apps suggest headphones but I think the built-in sound may be better.
I didn't get dizzy/sick at all, which I got from the Playstation VR, Google Cardboard, and from many 1st person xbox shooters.
Battery life Is great but I don't have much to compare it to.
The straps felt pretty comfortable on my head, and adjusted easily.
The controller is easy to calibrate, it only takes about 2 seconds and never seemed to lose callibration.
After the initial setup, I never needed my phone. Everything is doable in the Oculus Go's UI.
There's a lot of games, media viewers, web browsers, 360 videos, and more.
Even if you only use this to watch movies, it's still cheaper than buying a huge TV.
Resolution was good for the price, but could be better
Some light may be visible by the nose, but its better than the nose area being too tight
Only 1 controller
If you've used the Oculus Rift, this isn't as good. You can't move around in the game by moving IRL, the resolution is lower, and the controllers aren't nearly as advanced. Having said that, I would rather have 10 Oculus Go's than 1 Oculus Rift, and that is cheaper than the full Rift Setup.
The 32gb version was enough for plenty of games, however I went with the 64gb version. There will be more games over time and they'll be growing in size. It's also nice to be able to load a bunch of movies & games on it for travel. I plan to buy a few as gifts to family and friends.
The controller: Works everytime, comfortable, and the trigger makes it fun to use.
The speakers: Sound much better than expected. It's clear, has enough bass in it considering their size. It sounds better than expected. I don't even need to use earbuds (unlike Lenovo's)
Apps: Apps are more pricier than I thought. I'd say on average they're more expensive than the play or app store. But there's a ton of free content and apps so you might only end up buying a few apps if you really want.
When wearing the headset there's a bit of a gap around your nose, it doesnt sit as tight against your nose as the Gear VR did. If you look down while wearing it youll see your chest a bit. But i understand why this is, they did this so when youre wearing it, it'll have ventilation by your eyes so the lens don't get foggy. My Gear VR i had to take off every minute to clear the lenses as the heat from your eyes would make the lens foggy but this doesn't do that. The solution to the nose gap was to place the headset just a little bit more down on my nose. It isn't a deal breaker.
I purchased the 64GB version thinking I'll need the space but there is nowhere that says how much storage you have left which is really weird. I can't find how much space I've already used and what's left over. I've searched all over I can't find it. That is really odd. I'm sure an update will fix this.
As of right now this Oculus Go is a go. For $200-$250 you can't go wrong. Most likely will end up returning the Lenovo altought it has more functionality with your head movement. (6dof). Lenovo's battery does last longer, but it is a bit heavier and the controller, oh it's just horrible. What was google thinking. Oculus claims a 2 hour battery life, I've only had it a few days and even when I'm so excited cause i just got it, I still don't get to use it that much that I go through the entire battery. (your usage may vary). This thing is off my head way before the battery hits 50%. By the time I put it back on I'm already charged at a 100% so battery is no issue.
1. You can setup the Go without a phone do not need a phone. Hold down the up/down volume control and you will be taken a setup menu.
2. The Netflix app allows you to watch laying down, but you have to pick the “void theater” option.
The Oculus Go exceeded my expectations of what has been achieved on a mobile VR platform. Depending on the game, the graphics are crisp, using particle effects and reflective surfaces, etc. I originally bought the Go for just content consumption and video content. I can now see myself playing a few games too. For comparison I have the Oculus DK1, DK2, CV1 and the Samsung Odysey.
The battery life is subpar, but I overcame this by velcrowing a 5200mAh powerbank to the rear head strap. Not an ideal mod, but It does balance out weight in the front. The Oculus Go is a real bargain. It exceeds expectations in games and graphics fidelity.
Two small cons: 1) you need a mobile phone (apple or andriod) to set the GO up. 2) Oculus is owned by Facebook so it may be a little sketchy on privacy
But those two cons are not enough to even drop this device down to 4 stars. It is a great, value device that deserves its 5 stars.
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