Facebook starts selling new Oculus Quest 2 glasses
Facebook starts selling new Oculus Quest 2 glasses

Facebook announced, Tuesday, that it will begin shipping the Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality glasses, which were announced in mid-September.

Facebook said in a blog post, "Coast 2 Quest 2 is smaller and lighter than the original Coast sunglasses, with faster performance and a higher resolution screen of just $ 299."

Last month, Facebook said, "Oculus Coast goggles have changed the rules of the game in the wireless virtual reality glasses market. They are providing enthusiasts with new experiences, new opportunities for developers, and bringing beginners into the world. The global field of virtual reality. Immersive game."

The new Oculus Quest 2 glasses contain a powerful processor (Snapdragon XR2) from the American company Qualcomm, which can provide the functions of artificial intelligence for the glasses. The glasses also contain 6 GB of working memory (RAM).

Facebook's new glasses have two screens with a resolution of 1920 x 1832 pixels each, which is 50% more than the Oculus Quest sunglasses. The screen also supports a high refresh rate of 90Hz.

Facebook says: The new Oculus Quest 2 goggles give users access to several video games including: Star Wars: A Tale From Galaxy's Edge, Mystery, Jurassic World Aftermath, Warhammer 40,000 Sisters, Pistol Whip: 2089, Climb 2 and Rez Infinite.

Facebook has warned that its new glasses will be compatible with Oculus Link, allowing users to access virtual reality games on PCs such as Asgards Wrath, Stormland and Lone Echo, and upcoming games like Lone Echo. Second and medal. Honor: beyond.

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