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Oculus Go price drops to $150

Posted on Tuesday, January 28 2020 @ 16:13:27 CET by


TechReport writes Facebook's Oculus Go headset received a permanent price cut. With the exception of the new Half-Life game, we haven't heard a whole lot about virtual reality lately. A couple of years ago it seemed the technology was ready to conquer the gaming market but it's clear now that this will remain a small segment of the market.

Anyway, you can now get the Oculus Go 32GB for $150, down from $200. The 64GB version also got a $50 price cut, you can now get it for $200.
The Oculus Go ran alongside the original Rift as its portable counterpart. While the Rift is no longer available, Oculus has not discontinued the Go. The Go is limited in capability, compared to the Quest, and so fills a different niche. The Go acts as Oculus’ entry point into VR, offering consumers the ability to experience VR without dropping the big bucks for a full VR gaming system.
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