There’s a pair of magic goggles I’ve gone back to again and again over the last two years, opening up worlds of games, theater, conversations, art and experiences that are tough to even describe. The Oculus Quest 2 is an improved, less expensive sequel to the Oculus Quest, a self-contained VR game console that was my absolute favorite thing in 2019. This year it’s already been my portable holodeck, my little magic fitness room, my escape space. Over the last month, I’ve used the Quest 2 for hours, sometimes an hour straight or more at a time. It keeps impressing me, and the fit and comfort have actually improved. The more compact head strap feels like it’s broken in a bit, and the eye padding now feels less restrictive. I feel like I’ve found a sweet spot for adjusting it to my face. And the controllers still haven’t needed new batteries in over a month of use. 8.7 Oculus Quest 2 $299 at Amazon $299 at Best Buy $299 at Adorama Like$100 less than beforeBetter, faster processorHigher-res displayGreat self-contained gaming experienceDoubles as PC VR headsetLighter and a bit smaller Don’t LikeStore still lacks some higher-end gamesOnly 2-3 hours of battery lifeYou have to use Facebook to… Read full this story
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