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Oculus Go, All-in-One VR Headset - 32GB
- Personal Viewing - The littlest, big screen. Crystal clear optics and state-of-the-art 3D graphics make your headset feel more like a personal theater.
- Viewing with Friends - Watch with friends. Meet up in VR with friends and fans from around the world to catch live sports, concerts, or just your favourite TV show.
- Portable & Easy to use- Ready when you are. Experience portable, all-in-one VR. That means no PC, phone, wires or hassles.
- Controller - Effortless control. Whether it's navigating to your favourite shows or to a far-off land, the intuitive controller makes getting there a cinch.
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Oculus have done a great job with the Go. Portable, easy to use and at a great entry price.
With a better resolution than most Top end headsets, I decided to try out VR.
Using the controller is very accurate and feels natural. Device could be a bit lighter, but the strap comfortable and is well designed to mask the weight.
First thing I did was watch a 4k video on the youtube app. Image quality was as expected great, with the image appearing cinema size infront of you(you can easily adjust the size with the controller). HD videos a bit less impressive.
VR/360/3D video is again not as impressive, even with 4k quality in 360 you can notice pixels.
I admit the novelty has worn off a bit after a month, but still am impressed when I have time put the headset on.
Tried a few games, of course the graphics are not the best. Some may be satisfied with cellphone graphics.
Battery life is decent at around 2 hours, depending on what kind of use. I have not experienced any motion sickness after using, but you would not want to be staring at a phone screen 4cm away for longer than 1-2 hours anyway.
A few tips are required to get the best out of Oculus Go:
1. Use the App to Update firmware. This may happen automatically while charging, otherwise the app will ask you to do it, or you can find it in App settings. This apparently corrects some chromatic abberation (discolouration most noticable on edges of colours).
2. When finished using, hold the power button until the shutdown menu pops up and turn if completely off (alternatively holding the power button for 10+ seconds does the same thing).
This saves a lot of battery when it is not in use. If you take the headset off it automatically goes into standby, but in this mode it is still on, and uses up the battery quite quickly (just leaving it in standby for 3-4 days can use up the battery).
3. Also related to battery, when you plug it in to charge, the device turns itself on once the battery gets to a certain %.
So when its 100% charged, take it off the charger and hold down the power button to shut it down.
In this completely off state, it will lose 1% battery every few days.
4. Putting the device on, pull the bottom part of the loop over the back of your head gently. Sometimes it can feel like its not far enough but it is, pulling to hard will cause the velcro that attaches the single strap that goes over the top of your head to detach, in which case it will not hold, and you will have to take it off and re attach it.
Also the upper part of the loop where this velcro attaches becomes twisted, so after pulling the botton part of loop over the back of your head, feel for the upper part of the loop and just twist it to lie flat on your head.
-The strap here could be improved. It does not have to detach, as there is very little room for adjustment anyway, and the device feels unsupported without it attached. It can be connected permanently.
The motion tracking (head) is smooth and constant, the image quality is fantastic and it’s 3D strong but natural feeling.
Battery consumption can be fast however simply running a cable from a portable battery pack will quickly add more time than you could comfortably use.
Memory wise I’ve opted for the 32 GB model as media is streamed and not stored locally, it’s been more than enough for me.
Different kind of experience compared to 3D movie on LCD Tv...
Thinking to buy Oculus Quest?!?
Although theres a lot of movie and video, mostly are short video.
Everything is good except for.....
the battery dont last very long...but still enjoy the VR for a good while.
And the charging cable is not very long so a bit annoying..probably will get a new long one.
Oculus also added integrated speakers and microphones into the design, along with a stunning high-resolution fast-switch panel that cuts down on motion blur and ramps up the color and detail. Overall, the Oculus Go is pretty comfortable.
Overall, the Oculus Go is an exciting look into the evolving future of VR that you won't have to pay a high price to experience.