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$199 with controllers*
64 GB: $199
|Display Type||Single LCD|
|Subpixel Layout||RGB stripe|
|Resolution (per eye)||1280x1440|
|Refresh Rate||60 Hz|
|Field of View||89° horizontal, 90° vertical, 127° diagonal|
|IPD Range||63.5 fixed|
190 x 105 x 115 mm
7.48 x 4.13 x 4.53 in
|Weight||468 g with headstrap|
|Material||Plastic, foam facial interface|
|Headstrap||Flexible fabric strap|
|Tracking Type||3 DoF Non-positional|
|Controllers||1 x Oculus Go Controller (3 DoF)|
|Input Methods||Index trigger, trackpad, face buttons|
|Speakers||Integrated stereo speakers|
|3.5mm Audio Jack||Yes|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 821|
|CPU||Quad-core Kryo (2 x 2.15 GHz, 2 x 1.59 GHz)|
64 GB also available
|SD Card Slot||No|
|Battery Capacity||2600 mAh|
|Battery Life||3 hours|
|Charge Time||3 hours|
The Oculus Go is a virtual reality headset manufactured by Oculus. It was released in May 2018, following an announcement in October 2017. It is the company's fourth VR headset release.
- This headset is discontinued.
- This headset is standalone and does not require a PC to use.
- This headset has a low refresh rate. 60 Hz
- This headset has a low horizontal field of view. 89°
- This headset has non-positional 3DoF tracking.
- This headset can only be purchased with a single 3DoF controller.
The Oculus Go is Oculus's second product release after the Oculus Rift CV1.
Released in May 2018, it is one of the first fully standalone VR headsets produced.