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Product Overview
No PC. No Wires. No Limits
Oculus Quest offers an all-in-one VR gaming system.

Oculus Quest is an all-in-one gaming system for virtual reality. No wires. No PC. Just set it up with the Oculus mobile app and you're free to explore VR from almost anywhere. Sensors inside the headset precisely track your movements and instantly translate them into VR, while helping you steer clear of nearby objects. And with Oculus Touch controllers, your hands are in the game, so you can see your every gesture and feel the power of every impact. Take VR gaming to the next level. And everywhere else.Special FeaturesAll-In-One VR
No PC. No wires. No limits. Oculus Quest is an all-in-one gaming system built for virtual reality. You can now play almost anywhere with just a VR headset and controllers.

Oculus Touch Controllers
Arm yourself with the award-winning Oculus Touch controllers. Your slashes, throws and grabs appear in VR with intuitive, realistic precision, transporting your hands and gestures directly into the game.

Easy Setup
The world is your arcade. Set up is easy, whether you're at home or somewhere new. Oculus Quest works with your environment, so you can play standing or sitting in spaces big or small.

Incredible VR Games
Stop watching games and step into them. Whether you're dodging spells or slashing through enemy hordes, you've never been this close to the action. The visionary Oculus developer community designs every heart-pounding moment with you at the centre of the experience.

Guardian Helps Keep You Safe
Explore the universe without tripping over the coffee table. The Oculus Guardian system is designed to help you avoid nearby objects while you're in-game. Quest remembers the boundaries of your play space and keeps you within them.

Oculus Insight Tracking
Take a step forwards with Oculus Insight. It translates your movements into VR no matter which way you're facing and provides room-scale tracking without external sensors. Look around, duck for cover and turn the tide of the battle from anywhere in your play space.

Positional Audio
Listen up and all around with integrated audio. Oculus Quest has positional audio built directly into the headset, so you can hear your teammates or what's sneaking up behind you even without headphones.

Includes:
• Oculus Quest Device (64GB).
• Oculus Touch Controllers (L&R).
• Charging Cable.
• Charger (UK).
• Manual.
• 2x AA Batteries (for Touch Controllers).
• Glass Spacer.
• Welcome Card.
• Printed Accessory Folio.
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scottmathewjenkins05/11/2019 11:56

Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture …Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture quality and games content.



quest vs PSVR
+ Better quality screen - better colours and blacks and higher resolution
+ total freedom, can use in any space with no connected pc/playstation
+ much better controllers (tracking and design)
+ soon can connect to PC via a single cable to use as a PC VR headset on par with the Rift S (better quality screen but lower bitrate for the video)
+ more open to tinkering (can sideload free apps and games e.g. can play Half life 1 in VR and its pretty great)
- Less exclusive games (although with pc support its about even, still PS has some great exclusives)
- Not as comfortable
- more expensive (assuming you have a playstation already) but with the move controllers its actually about the same, so a non point really

Overall the Quest is easily the best VR device you can buy for the money, the freedom of no wires is very hard to beat and the quality it produces is quite remarkable, it is a bit uncomfortable for long uses though, hopefully a cheap mod can help that.
mittromney05/11/2019 10:41

I don't get it.How to use it as a rift? Why only this month?


They're releasing a software update that allows you to connect it to a PC using a USB C cable. With this you can play Virtual Reality games on your PC through your Quest.
migavupe05/11/2019 10:56

It can’t be less powerful than the rift s because the pc is doing all the w …It can’t be less powerful than the rift s because the pc is doing all the work and not the actual unit when in pc mode. The quest has a better resolution but slightly lower refresh rate.


It's compressing the video though because USB C has a bandwidth of 10Gbps vs DP 32Gbps. I don't pretend I know the details but until its tested these are the concerns. I hope I'm wrong (make my decision easier) but from the people that tested the demo they said you could tell it was a little slower (minimally) with artefacts staying on the screen a little longer and the OLED screen causing pixel bleeding so appears blurry, again only momentarily. These people could be massively picky or the update just hasn't been properly implemented yet.
The Oculus link cable isn't just a USBC cable, yes it has USBC plugs but it's a lightweight 5 meter fibre optic cable designed specifically for the job. Your PC still has to be capable of playing the VR game.

I'd expect to see better deals than this on Black Friday, it's been £340 in the past with ebay codes.
103 Comments
Bargain. Use it as a Rift this month, too.
Sam_Crow05/11/2019 10:37

Bargain. Use it as a Rift this month, too.


I don't get it.

How to use it as a rift? Why only this month?
mittromney05/11/2019 10:41

I don't get it.How to use it as a rift? Why only this month?


They're releasing a software update that allows you to connect it to a PC using a USB C cable. With this you can play Virtual Reality games on your PC through your Quest.
mittromney05/11/2019 10:41

I don't get it.How to use it as a rift? Why only this month?


From this month. Oculus bringing an update that lets you connect your Quest to your pc and use it as a Rift.
Sam_Crow05/11/2019 10:37

Bargain. Use it as a Rift this month, too.


Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus though. Higher latency, worse screen and headrest. I'm trying to decide between the two. Was ready to buy and now I'm waiting for a link review to confirm. If its close I'll go quest but because I'll use it for simracing or PCVR I should probably just get the rift and deal with no portability.
mittromney05/11/2019 10:41

I don't get it.How to use it as a rift? Why only this month?


They're releasing an update that let's you use it connected to a PC (and hence more powerful as its being powered by a pc rather than mobile). Only question is whether you can use any USB C cable or you need a special one.

I believe you'll probably need something like Oculus' $80 cable but we will find out later this month
Edited by: "Fatso666" 5th Nov
The Oculus link cable isn't just a USBC cable, yes it has USBC plugs but it's a lightweight 5 meter fibre optic cable designed specifically for the job. Your PC still has to be capable of playing the VR game.

I'd expect to see better deals than this on Black Friday, it's been £340 in the past with ebay codes.
Thanks guys I've had a quest for a couple of months. Will look out for this happening.
Fatso66605/11/2019 10:51

They're releasing an update that let's you use it connected to a PC (and …They're releasing an update that let's you use it connected to a PC (and hence more powerful as its being powered by a pc rather than mobile). Only question is whether you can use any USB C cable or you need a special one.I believe you'll probably need something like Oculus' $80 cable but we will find out later this month


It’s confirmed you don’t need any special cable. Their cable will be of the highest quality, the lightest and probably the longest. But any high quality USB 3 cable will work.
Lankmeister72105/11/2019 10:44

Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus …Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus though. Higher latency, worse screen and headrest. I'm trying to decide between the two. Was ready to buy and now I'm waiting for a link review to confirm. If its close I'll go quest but because I'll use it for simracing or PCVR I should probably just get the rift and deal with no portability.


It can’t be less powerful than the rift s because the pc is doing all the work and not the actual unit when in pc mode.
The quest has a better resolution but slightly lower refresh rate.
Fatso66605/11/2019 10:51

They're releasing an update that let's you use it connected to a PC (and …They're releasing an update that let's you use it connected to a PC (and hence more powerful as its being powered by a pc rather than mobile). Only question is whether you can use any USB C cable or you need a special one.I believe you'll probably need something like Oculus' $80 cable but we will find out later this month


They said any will do and you don’t have to buy the official one.
Lankmeister72105/11/2019 10:44

Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus …Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus though. Higher latency, worse screen and headrest. I'm trying to decide between the two. Was ready to buy and now I'm waiting for a link review to confirm. If its close I'll go quest but because I'll use it for simracing or PCVR I should probably just get the rift and deal with no portability.


Not just the portability. Untethered is a different beast altogether.
migavupe05/11/2019 10:56

It can’t be less powerful than the rift s because the pc is doing all the w …It can’t be less powerful than the rift s because the pc is doing all the work and not the actual unit when in pc mode. The quest has a better resolution but slightly lower refresh rate.


It's compressing the video though because USB C has a bandwidth of 10Gbps vs DP 32Gbps. I don't pretend I know the details but until its tested these are the concerns. I hope I'm wrong (make my decision easier) but from the people that tested the demo they said you could tell it was a little slower (minimally) with artefacts staying on the screen a little longer and the OLED screen causing pixel bleeding so appears blurry, again only momentarily. These people could be massively picky or the update just hasn't been properly implemented yet.
Lankmeister72105/11/2019 11:06

It's compressing the video though because USB C has a bandwidth of 10Gbps …It's compressing the video though because USB C has a bandwidth of 10Gbps vs DP 32Gbps. I don't pretend I know the details but until its tested these are the concerns. I hope I'm wrong (make my decision easier) but from the people that tested the demo they said you could tell it was a little slower (minimally) with artefacts staying on the screen a little longer and the OLED screen causing pixel bleeding so appears blurry, again only momentarily. These people could be massively picky or the update just hasn't been properly implemented yet.


Hopefully they sorted that out. I have the quest and it’s great even as a stand-alone unit, pc features are just a bonus to me.
Sam_Crow05/11/2019 11:05

Not just the portability. Untethered is a different beast altogether.

Yeah maybe. I'm just aware that 99% of the time I'll be attached to a pc and being 5m away from a PC would be fine for me. Also never used VR so that can justify my next upgrade xD
migavupe05/11/2019 11:14

Hopefully they sorted that out. I have the quest and it’s great even as a s …Hopefully they sorted that out. I have the quest and it’s great even as a stand-alone unit, pc features are just a bonus to me.



Have you had the Rift at all? My lad has the Rift and we were looking at a Quest for this Xmas, apart from the portability I wanted to know if there's much difference in gameplay quality/performance.
NIgelK05/11/2019 11:24

Have you had the Rift at all? My lad has the Rift and we were looking at a …Have you had the Rift at all? My lad has the Rift and we were looking at a Quest for this Xmas, apart from the portability I wanted to know if there's much difference in gameplay quality/performance.


I’ve only experience with the oculus go, psvr and quest. Quality and performance is really good on quest but the rift s is going to be better graphically due to it only being limited by your pc setup.

It’s just a case of weighing up your options and costs. Quest is £400rrp and that’s it where as rift is £400 and any upgrades you may need to the pc if any.
I’m not hardcore into vr so the freedom and stand-alone nature made me get the quest over rift. I also got it at a bargain £340 when eBay had a 15% off code for Argos.
Why is the eBay price above rrp before the discount is applied? It looks like the seller is profiteering due to the current eBay promotion.
Lankmeister72105/11/2019 10:44

Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus …Sort of. It'll still be less powerful than the rift according to oculus though. Higher latency, worse screen and headrest. I'm trying to decide between the two. Was ready to buy and now I'm waiting for a link review to confirm. If its close I'll go quest but because I'll use it for simracing or PCVR I should probably just get the rift and deal with no portability.


I had the same conundrum but I went with the Quest because it offers an approximation of the best of both worlds.

I can already stream some PCVR content fairly well perfectly to the Quest so the Link should be very good indeed.

The onboard smarts on Quest is bringing things like hand recognition to the platform. I can see it being where Oculus focusses it's progress from here on out.

I didn't think I'd use the Quest for portable gaming as much as I do but after PSVR being wire-free is amazing.
migavupe05/11/2019 11:29

I’ve only experience with the oculus go, psvr and quest. Quality and p …I’ve only experience with the oculus go, psvr and quest. Quality and performance is really good on quest but the rift s is going to be better graphically due to it only being limited by your pc setup. It’s just a case of weighing up your options and costs. Quest is £400rrp and that’s it where as rift is £400 and any upgrades you may need to the pc if any. I’m not hardcore into vr so the freedom and stand-alone nature made me get the quest over rift. I also got it at a bargain £340 when eBay had a 15% off code for Argos.



Cheers for the reply, lil one likes his Rift set up and don't think I can justify a Quest already. For what time he spends on it now it's probably not worth it.
NIgelK05/11/2019 11:41

Cheers for the reply, lil one likes his Rift set up and don't think I can …Cheers for the reply, lil one likes his Rift set up and don't think I can justify a Quest already. For what time he spends on it now it's probably not worth it.


If you already have the rift I wouldn’t bother buying the quest, you would be better spending the money upgrading the pc.
migavupe05/11/2019 11:42

If you already have the rift I wouldn’t bother buying the quest, you would …If you already have the rift I wouldn’t bother buying the quest, you would be better spending the money upgrading the pc.



My lads pc is pretty top spec tbh, runs everything easily. Gonna skip the Quest, which we were leaning towards doing anyway. Appreciate the replies
Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture quality and games content.
scottmathewjenkins05/11/2019 11:56

Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture …Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture quality and games content.


Quest better quality, psvr has better games at this moment in time.
scottmathewjenkins05/11/2019 11:56

Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture …Can anyone comment on the occolus quest bs psvr in terms of picture quality and games content.



quest vs PSVR
+ Better quality screen - better colours and blacks and higher resolution
+ total freedom, can use in any space with no connected pc/playstation
+ much better controllers (tracking and design)
+ soon can connect to PC via a single cable to use as a PC VR headset on par with the Rift S (better quality screen but lower bitrate for the video)
+ more open to tinkering (can sideload free apps and games e.g. can play Half life 1 in VR and its pretty great)
- Less exclusive games (although with pc support its about even, still PS has some great exclusives)
- Not as comfortable
- more expensive (assuming you have a playstation already) but with the move controllers its actually about the same, so a non point really

Overall the Quest is easily the best VR device you can buy for the money, the freedom of no wires is very hard to beat and the quality it produces is quite remarkable, it is a bit uncomfortable for long uses though, hopefully a cheap mod can help that.
Conundrum, buy now or wait for Black Friday...
Crossy05/11/2019 12:14

Conundrum, buy now or wait for Black Friday...


Considering there aint that much stock to go around, buy now.
IamChris05/11/2019 12:08

quest vs PSVR+ Better quality screen - better colours and blacks and …quest vs PSVR+ Better quality screen - better colours and blacks and higher resolution+ total freedom, can use in any space with no connected pc/playstation+ much better controllers (tracking and design)+ soon can connect to PC via a single cable to use as a PC VR headset on par with the Rift S (better quality screen but lower bitrate for the video)+ more open to tinkering (can sideload free apps and games e.g. can play Half life 1 in VR and its pretty great)- Less exclusive games (although with pc support its about even, still PS has some great exclusives)- Not as comfortable- more expensive (assuming you have a playstation already) but with the move controllers its actually about the same, so a non point reallyOverall the Quest is easily the best VR device you can buy for the money, the freedom of no wires is very hard to beat and the quality it produces is quite remarkable, it is a bit uncomfortable for long uses though, hopefully a cheap mod can help that.


What an amazing comparison, thank you.
You're welcome, any other questions just ask, happy to give my opinion.
migavupe05/11/2019 10:57

They said any will do and you don’t have to buy the official one.


Facebook lead systems architect Behnam Bastani said the company investigated whether an ideal USB cable to run Oculus Link was already on the market, but found none. "Either the cables weren't long enough. Or some of them were heavy. Or they couldn't deliver a smooth, great experience. Thus we developed Oculus Link cable,"
Crossy05/11/2019 12:14

Conundrum, buy now or wait for Black Friday...

wait, worse case scenario 10% off from ebay.
I had the RiftS but sold it after 6 months. It was amazing as it was my first time in VR, but after a while the novelty wore off and I really couldnt be bothered to use it after a day at work.
So just to be clear... no pc, no wires?
Azwipe05/11/2019 13:46

Facebook lead systems architect Behnam Bastani said the company …Facebook lead systems architect Behnam Bastani said the company investigated whether an ideal USB cable to run Oculus Link was already on the market, but found none. "Either the cables weren't long enough. Or some of them were heavy. Or they couldn't deliver a smooth, great experience. Thus we developed Oculus Link cable,"


Talk of weight and length makes me suspect that they have different demands to me for a Quest>Rift experience. All the roomscale games I'd want are already on Quest standalone; if I bother with a cable to my PC it's for sit-down games like Elite and racing sims.
Can you mod games on this? E.G beat saber?
Edited by: "Danny_Ryman" 5th Nov
its good time to buy as if you dont like it the resell value is high! I have one and I love it, keeps me fit playing Beat Saber. You can buy games, see if you like it and if you don't oculus refunds it within few days. I tried it, never a problem. You can play max 2 hours to get a refund
iainl705/11/2019 14:59

Talk of weight and length makes me suspect that they have different …Talk of weight and length makes me suspect that they have different demands to me for a Quest>Rift experience. All the roomscale games I'd want are already on Quest standalone; if I bother with a cable to my PC it's for sit-down games like Elite and racing sims.


You wouldnt want a quest for long play sessions such as sims as is just too front heavy and uncomfortable. Unless you mod it with a DAS/welding headstrap.
Edited by: "powerbrick" 5th Nov
I love VR but I get crazy headaches after 5min sucks mega. Missing out
Danny_Ryman05/11/2019 14:59

Can you mod games on this? E.G beat saber?


Yes you can. At the moment at least.
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