Meta Quest 2 — Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset — 128 GB Get Meta Quest 2 with GOLF+ and Space Pirate Trainer…

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  • Next-level Hardware – Make every move count with a blazing-fast processor and our highest-resolution display
  • All-In-One Gaming – With backward compatibility, you can explore new titles and old favorites in the expansive Quest content library
  • Immersive Entertainment – Get the best seat in the house to live concerts, groundbreaking films, exclusive events and more
  • Easy Setup – Just open the box, set up with the smartphone app and jump into VR. No PC or console needed. Requires wireless internet access and the Oculus app (free download) to set up device
  • Premium Display – Catch every detail with a stunning display that features 50% more pixels than the original Quest


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 is required. Get the most out of each moment with blazing-fast performance and next-generation graphics. Stay focused with a stunning display that features 50% more pixels than the original quest. Or take a break from the action and grab front-row seats to live concerts, exclusive events, and more. The redesigned touch controllers feature improved ergonomics and intuitive controls that transport your gestures, motions, and actions directly into VR. You can even connect your VR headset to a gaming-compatible computer with an Oculus Link cable to access hundreds of PC VR games and experiences. Quest 2 also lets you bring your friends into the action. With live casting, you can share your VR experience with people around you. Or meet up with friends in virtual worlds to battle in multiplayer competitions or just spend some time together. With Oculus quest 2, there’s no end in sight to what you can play, create and discover in virtual reality.


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18 reviews
  1. L. Wyatt

    This is my first and only VR experience. With that said, in just the first few minutes, during the setup and updating process, my mouth was agape. The tutorial had me smiling in wonder at the feeling of immersion. The apps available natively to the Quest 2 are varied and fun, if not cheap, but there are demos and free games out there. We like is so much, we are probably buying a second in the near future.However, my favorite piece of this requires use of a decent PC and fast Wi-Fi: Oculus AirLink, currently in Beta, is a cable free connection to the Oculus program on your computer that allows use of Oculus Rift and Steam VR games. These are generally games that need the extra processing power of a real GPU, and offer better graphics and more complex environments than the Quest alone can provide. Google Earth VR, a free app that isn’t on the Quest natively is, for me, worth the price of admission on its own. Being able to walk among the skyscrapers of NYC, or play Gojira in Tokyo is awe inspiring.A couple of minor cons: Battery life is poor. During our first days, when we were using it especially heavily, I had a battery pack and USB-C cable connected to the Quest that we’d swap into pockets to add play time. They make improved head-strap setups that include provisions for holding a battery.About that strap, some in my family complained about it, so we may be shopping for an upgrade. I can live with it, however.In low light, the guardian, the virtual barrier that is set to keep you from running into walls, can flake out, dropping you out of the game.And lastly, a big con for some folks: This requires an active, real, Facebook account. Deactivating your account deactivates your Quest. Deleting you account deletes, permanently, all of your purchased apps, with no refund. There are lots of reports regarding problems with folks using fake names, secondary accounts, other folk’s accounts, etc. When there are problems, Facebook will delete or lock accounts, and render your Quest a brick. Customer service is reportedly horrendous when trying to fix these problems. My advice would be to use your real account, don’t fudge around, and you should be fine. Yes, they are tracking you, Yes they are subsidizing the prices of these thing by commodifying your data. However, unless you are already complete social media hermit, getting in bed a little deeper isn’t going to alter your data footprint in any significant way. If you are here shopping on Amazon with a cellphone in your hand or pocket, worrying about Facebook is sort of pointless.TL;DR – GET ONE. It’s a great value within the reach of many people. You can have a ton of fun without a PC, and even more with one.

  2. jake priest

    Very pleased with the Quest 2 as a replacement for my Rift S. I primarily play DCS and MSFS and this headset works great. I purchased the Oculus link cable and with some tweaking I’m seeing excellent results. The clarity is significantly better than the Rift S although not as clear as the HP Reverb G2. But the ability to use a single cable for PC gaming and then go completely wireless for other games is awesome. The headstrap is sufficient and I didn’t feel like the headset was going to fly off my head. But I opted for the Elite headstrap for added comfort. This thing is incredibly comfortable for extended use. The adjustable IPD is fantastic and there seems to be a pretty large sweet spot.I have only two complaints. One is that there is a slight gap around your nose so you can see light. This is actually beneficial in DCS where you still need keyboard commands but it can be annoying. Secondly is that even while using the Link cable, your battery will die after about 1.5-2 hours. I have mine hooked up to the motherboard of my PC (Asus Rog Strix x570-e) and it doesn’t charge while gaming. That’s a bummer but you’re pushing a lot of data through that cable anyways.Overall I’m happy with the Quest 2. Going from a display port cable to a single USB-C was a big concern for me. But I still get excellent FPS. I can actually read cockpit instruments and labels without putting my face 2” from them like with the Rift S. This isn’t the best VR out there but for the price it’s hard to beat.

  3. Walther P.

    I think Facebook did a great thing with this “new” release of the quest 2. The headset itself feels quite nice, although the strap is definitely something to work on, it’s way too front heavy. It’s also extremely uncomfortable using glasses, unfortunately. Even with that said, the Oculus link feature was the only reason I bought this headset; and it’s everything I could of asked for. My internet isn’t even that good, all it needed was my laptop to be connected by ethernet for a smooth, high quality PCVR experience that I could take ANYWHERE IN THE HOUSE! I only had slight lags and stutters, but that’s likely just my mediocre hardware. I’m a bit bummed by the comparably smaller control scheme compared to something like the vive.If you really want to have the best experience with this headset though, then don’t put away that wallet just yet. At the very least, a new strap would be optimal, and I’d stay away from the first party elite strap. A new face cover might be good for you as well, as the default foam cover isn’t the best for everyone.Overall, this headset is a great step in the right direction for vr tech. Although, out of the box, it should be subject to some modifications; which some could call a feature.One more thing, don’t worry about the whole Facebook account thing. If you’re fine with using whatsapp or Instagram, this shouldn’t be a problem either. It’s not like Facebook with Oculus is a new thing either, as Facebook has owned Oculus for 7 years now.Edit: after about a month of use, this headset has now become the most annoying piece of tech I own. The one feature I bought this for (Airlink) is straight garbage over half the time, im spending more time trying to fix this failure than I am actually using it. Connection hilariously unstable over ethernet with completely random performance drops. So both an unstable and sometimes unplayable experience that I paid 300 dollars for.

  4. William G.

    Honestly, the best thing about this sort of VR is that there’s no wires to deal with. Turn on, sign in with Facebook, and done. Also, Beat Saber is pretty much the greatest thing ever. Just…yeah… Beat Saber is life.I know there’s something to be said for ohnoes!, – Facebook has more data! Honestly, if they want to see me flail around in Beat Saber, knock yourself out, Facebook.I did pick up the Elite headband/battery/case, and that finishes off the package, but it’s by no means necessary – just nice to have. Overall, loving this thing. Yes, the resolution could still be (a lot) better, but for convenience and fun – this is where it’s at. We’ve come a long way from the PSVR days and the crazy setup process and cabling.Excellent stuff, – and great value in its new 128GB configuration. 4.5 out of 5.

  5. Gage L.

    I have wanted one of these bad boys for a while. Finally they’re back in stock, so I bought one. So far I like it and can tell I’ll be using it a lot for games and… Other things.It came in simple minimalist corporate packaging like everything does these days, mostly paper (Yay Earth). It came undamaged, but I’m guessing whoever tested it slammed into a wall with wet paint because there’s a blue scratch on one of the corners.Pros:Relatively AffordableGreat TrackingCan go Mobile if you wantCons:-Headstrap Sucks-3 Lens Settings, Couldn’t get it quite right-Facebook now has a live 3D view of my disgusting room.It’s pretty much good enough if you’re like me and just want access to VR. I will update after further testing if anything important happens.

  6. Princess Ang is on Fire

    After reading so many FB comments *I barely go on FB* I convinced myself I would never be able to figure out how to get it to work when it arrives. Doom, Gloom and a lot of Zoom – if I couldn’t figure this out by myself I was out a lot of money! By the way, has anyone else notice the huge price comarison of the Quest? Anywhere from $299 – $699 for the same Oculus Quest 2? Anyway, jus sayin…Today – It finally arrived and boy was I terrified opening the box. I stared, should I send it back – can I do this… well, a long time later I did it, I tore the plastic and out came my Oculus Quest 2 with two cool controllers.Within 15 minutes I was hooked up to WiFi, FB and playing tennis. I got tired and did meditation for 10 minutes just floating in space. The realty is – its plain awesome! It looked so real that I found myself suddenly afraid of heights! Then it was time to charge the quest – which took around 2 hours.Yes, it was that easy!!! I love it! So, lesson to everyone – if I can do it all by MYSELF you can too – because you are awesome! Especially if you reading my review. Thanks!A quick note: You have the option to move the eye piece to make you vision clearer. The eye piece does not rotate. You must take your thumbs and slide right or left.

  7. JMA

    I originally ordered the 64gb but was cancelled due to the transition to 128gb. The storage obviously wasn’t the reason that I wanted to “upgrade” to the Quest 2, it was really for the supposedly lighter weight. I was disappointed to find out that the weight for both Quest and Quest 2 units are the same. The published weights for both headsets are with their respective straps attached. Of course, the unit with the cloth strap would come out lighter. I discovered this by having both attached to a Beswin Halo strap and both units came in at 731 grams to my surprise. All the YT reviews didn’t bother to check I guess.If it wasn’t for the higher storage, I would have returned this. The higher resolution, and better processor eases the disappointment as well. I would have been ok using the original for a bit longer but might as well enjoy the newest version, even if it is the same weight. The halo strap helps with that a bunch.

  8. Geraldo Cotrim

    I mean what a good deal.

  9. Bijay Maharjan

    Addicting and super fun to use together with family!!

  10. Carmen Colon

    Omg! It’s awesome. Comes with everything you need. Set up was easy. My 5 year old is learning to play.

  11. M. Elkhouli

    This 128GB storage capacity is supposed to replace in full the previous 64GB version while keeping the same amazing price!I must admit this 128GB now suits most newer games which are usually massive in size. This is really an excellent space to store good/new/high quality games. Even giving the option to store/watch more 2D and 3D movies.I myself liked the head strap that comes with it, although I never tried the Elite Strap.I would also recommend getting an anti-scratch silicone ring protector if you wear a glass like me as this should help both: your glasses and the VR lenses from getting scratched. It will let you keep your glasses on while playing games or watching movies.Before you use the headset straight away, it needs a few tweaks here and there to ensure comfortable wear specifically for your head size and comfortable view for your eyes by adjusting both the strap sizing and placement as well as the IPD settings.A VR silicon cover is now included in the box which is a great addition for people with sensitive skin. This also resolves many of the complaints about skin irritation in the previous version.Being a classic PC gamer for many years, I would say VR technology is really something that every gamer should try. Just make sure that you are playing in a safe space and a specialized playing area!The Oculus Quest 2 is a fully standalone VR headset and I may also call it a “gaming monster”, with native built-in games if you don’t have a powerful gaming PC. It also works with steam VR games with no problem if you do have a gaming PC and you can connect them both using Steam link and the Oculus Link desktop app.The headset can have a refresh rate of up to 90Hz for some games, compared to only 72Hz on the previous model which also has a lower resolution. This is a big plus of course.Overall, in my opinion, this is the best VR headset around at this moment which can render up to near 4K resolution at 90hz.

  12. Dylan Tubbs

    Headset 9/10My cousin had the first Oculus quest and when the second came out I wanted to get it. When I opened the shipping box the Oculus box was wrapped in bubble wrap which I liked and everything was clean and brand new. The shipping was crazy fast like 2 days. 1 day early. It came fully charged and ready to use. Took me a few minutes for the software update and the setup but after that everything was easy and simple. One thing I disliked was having to manually adjust the eyepieces and they don’t go as far as the Quest 1. Another thing is the base strap. If at all possible get a new head strap as the one it comes with has very little adjustments.Controllers 10/10The controllers feel amazing and they feel very immersive. Furthermore they are extremely comfortable and fit my hands well.Games 10/10There are many different games on the quest store with one for any play style. I personally downloaded Pavlov beta. If you are looking for a FREE immersive first person shooter (FPS) I recommend Pavlov. The guns look great and take actual skill to use. It’s not like call of duty when you press a button to reload but you actually have to learn the weapons and how to operate it. But enough about Pavlov. The app library is easy to navigate and simple.In conclusion I recommend getting this %100

  13. Hans Lee

    Update:For people who wear glasses. Please get a pair of insert prescription lens, it gives you a new VR world.————————————————————————————————————Things I like:All in one VR, you don’t need to do any cable connection, everything could be connected by WiFi. Oculus provide air link to your PC(still beta version), so IT WORKS on YOUR STEAM ! But it may disconnect occasionally.Things I DON’T LIKE :(1), it takes time to wear because I have a glasses. So I need to put VR on, adjust my glass to a comfortable position until I can see clearly. My current glasses has large frame, which doesnt fit into the VR, so I have to use my old glass that has smaller frame to fit, which still make me feel super tight when I put VR on.(2), All in one device means the processor will generate heat. I don’t think this device has cooling system. So if you play the game for a while, your head will feel hot and sweat.Overall, I still recommend it.

  14. Jennifer

    There will always be VR “enthusiasts” with boatloads of money that brag about their bleeding-edge VR headsets (like the Valve Index, which is over 3 times more expensive than this headset, AND requires a gaming-quality PC to boot). But, in terms of value, there is absolutely nothing better on the market than this headset.Even the previous 64GB iteration (for the same price) was still great value, so this updated version (which also addresses the facial irritations caused by the old face pads) is a no brainer. If you have even a HINT of curiosity about getting into the VR world, this is THE headset to get! You won’t be disappointed!(Side Note: The “mandatory” Facebook integration, while a negative to some, is actually a good quality “appstore” interface, that’s quite easy to log into and use with your existing Facebook account. Any digital storefront in the world requires some sort of “account,” but letting me use my own Facebook actually simplifies the process even further.)

  15. Reynalda Cortez

    My ipd is 72 so I can only use it for less then a hour because I start getting a headache. I also wear glasses and they don’t fit inside the headset. You can get some lens adapters from vrwave but their half the price of the quest 2. Overall if your ipd is above 70 I wouldn’t bother buying.

  16. David G

    The unboxing was a nightmare. Couldn’t find the usb port. It was covered by protective paper. I thought the power button was a covered usb port and tried to remove it. I tried to piNiall fx starwars game and ended up standing in the table. I’m not going to waste 2 days to figure it out. I even tried to watch a movie, it was at 720p. And I had motion sickness. If I could afford another headset it would be a Vive that uses Displayport.

  17. Pickles

    More immersive sound and reactive responsiveness. Picture quality also much closer to high end.One star off for not making it abundantly clear that games from prior unit could not be retrieved directly from my already used by me Oculus account. It appears that you must upload to a PC first, then download to the Oculus 2. A direct from account download would have made so much more sense but likely would have raised the price point of $299 definitely the sweet spot for this unit.I truly could not decide if I should buy this (They double storage and kept it same price as it was during first release of the Quest-2.). For those who have asked if we’re aware that the price for these units runs from $299 on PRIME to $699 (from some individual sellers), here’s the deal. Originally released at $299 with 64GB storage. Then units were discontinued due to issue with head straps. Oculus team reworked the head straps but the units weren’t available for awhile. So those who purchased them decided they would sell their remaining units for more than twice the Prime price w/o the extra storage. A lot of disgruntled users who apparently didn’t stay current on the Oculus news of this item paid the $699 because they didn’t realize same unit with more storage was being released by PRIME for the original $299. Oh well.

  18. Suk W. Yu

    very good quality headset. Feels very comfortable to wear if you put back strap near your ocipital bone but sadly lot of people don’t know how to wear properly i mentioned. Great for watch netflix movie in monster IMAX theater screen and also tons of 3D VR 180 videos on Youtube. Games are so many to choose and more new game to come every week.

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