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Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset (32GB) - £159 @ Amazon Treasure Truck
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Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset (32GB) - £159 @ Amazon Treasure Truck

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Posted 20th Aug

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With state-of-the-art graphics, powerful surround sound and thousands of shows, movies, games and apps, you always have a front row seat with Oculus, wherever you are.

Discover the most immersive experience in entertainment: Facebook’s 4.1 star-rated Oculus Go Virtual Reality Headset. Portable, standalone, and wireless, it’ll make you feel as if you’re “in the imax, in a sofa orbiting the world”:

  • Access all your favourite content on the go, without having to rely on your laptop, phone, or other device and with no wires to get tangled in. With the FREE Oculus app and a whopping 32GB of built-in storage—enough for 3HD movies, 10 video games or 20 apps—you’ll never run out of entertainment.

  • Effortlessly navigate to your favourite shows or whisk yourself away to a far-flung land with the intuitive controller.

  • Virtually meet your mates to watch the big game, enjoy Taylor Swift on tour, or catch up on your favourite show.

  • Dial up the drama with deep, powerful bass and crystal clear, articulate highs with no bulky headphones necessary—the Oculus Go’s got spatial audio drivers built right into the headset. And if you’d still rather use your own headphones, there’s a 3.5mm jack you can use too.

This is a local deal, but they have a number of locations that you're able to pick up from. These include
  • Birmingham & Coventry
  • Leeds & York
  • Leicester & Nottingham
  • Liverpool
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Portsmouth & Southampton
  • Reading & Sough/Maidenhead/Windsor
  • Sheffield
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How do I find out if and when the Amazon Treasure Truck will be in Liverpool with this offer. Usually receive text on the day but nothing so far
Quest is waaaaaaaay better. I own both. Go sits in a draw.
ChristphrHowarth20/08/2019 09:45

Quest is waaaaaaaay better. I own both. Go sits in a draw.


Twice as expensive though. I own neither (disclaimer), but from what I read the Quest is worth the extra if you use VR for gaming. If you want to view content, Quest and Go are apparently pretty much the same. Seem about right?
Assume this is going cold because it's on Amazon truck rather than the deal being bad. Went hot at this price a month ago.
What on earth is this Amazon Truck thing??
driver820/08/2019 10:18

What on earth is this Amazon Truck thing??


Just that a big truck that turns up at different UK major city centers with a flash sale of 1 or 2 products! amazon.co.uk/tt/…iew
I used this ...hurt my eyes after using it for 30 min...very bright and also could see pixels in the video...mostly saw YouTube videos ...anyone else felt it
Mike_HUKD20/08/2019 09:53

Twice as expensive though. I own neither (disclaimer), but from what I …Twice as expensive though. I own neither (disclaimer), but from what I read the Quest is worth the extra if you use VR for gaming. If you want to view content, Quest and Go are apparently pretty much the same. Seem about right?


The Go is LCD V OLED for the quest, the quest also has better resolution and refresh rate. It is much more expensive though.
Goal20/08/2019 10:33

I used this ...hurt my eyes after using it for 30 min...very bright and …I used this ...hurt my eyes after using it for 30 min...very bright and also could see pixels in the video...mostly saw YouTube videos ...anyone else felt it


Used VR never felt anything more than a little motion sick riding a roller coaster on intensive. You will be able to see pixels though until the resolution is higher. Usually you are too busy having fun to notice but i imagine if just watching youtube it would get annoying.
Amazon are a pita why would they want to limit potential sales to limited locations only on certain days, when they would 100% guarantee to sell out via Amazon website
Despite the fact the Quest is OLED and higher resolution I’ve heard that the LCD in the Go actually looks better due to the pixel blending tech or something when viewing films. I think this was in a comparison review on TechRadar maybe?

Any truth on this?

I’ve got a PSVR for gaming just want a cheap but good picture (better than PSVR) one for the PC for watching *bow chucka wow wow* 👌
Edited by: "1nsomniac" 20th Aug
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