Meta Quest 2 — Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset — 128 GB Everything Else

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Buy Meta Quest 2. Get Beat Saber. For a limited time, get the hit VR rhythm game included when you buy Meta Quest 2.* Keep your experience smooth and seamless, even as high speed action unfolds around you with a super-fast processor and high-resolution display.
Experience total immersion with 3D positional audio, hand tracking and haptic feedback, working together to make virtual worlds feel real.
Explore an expanding universe of over 350 titles across gaming, fitness, social/multiplayer and entertainment, including exclusive blockbuster releases and totally unique VR experiences.
Travel universes in blockbuster fantasies, scare yourself witless in horror adventures or collaborate with colleagues in innovative workspaces.
Come together in incredible social spaces and multiplayer arenas as you take in live events with friends and family, find your new workout crew or join quests with fellow adventurers.
Be truly free to roam in VR With a wireless headset, intuitive controls, a built-in battery, easy setup and no PC or console needed*
Play without worries as an easy-to-use Guardian boundary lets you set your designated play space and alerts you if you move outside it.
Take VR your lightweight and portable Quest 2 wherever you go in the real world.

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For ages 13 and up only. *Offer valid with the purchase of a new Meta Quest 2 device (128GB or 256GB) (“Qualifying Product”) between August 1, 2022 12:01 AM PST– December 31, 2022 11:59 PM PST and while supplies last. User account (“Account”) required. Offer Item (digital content): Beat Saber in the Meta Quest Store (approx. retail value $29.99). Additional downloadable content, including future music packs and other content, sold separately. To receive Offer Item, Qualifying Product must be first activated between August 1, 2022 12:01 AM PST – January 31, 2023 11:59 PM PST through an Account without Beat Saber entitlement previously enabled on such account (“Activation”). Upon Activation, you will receive a notification message via email, in your mobile app, and in VR with a link to redeem the Offer Item from the Meta Quest Store. There are no redemption codes in connection with this Offer. Offer Item must be redeemed within 14 days upon Activation. Once redeemed, Offer Item remains available for download indefinitely. Limit of one (1) Offer Item per Qualifying Product, regardless of the number of Accounts connected to such Qualifying Product. Qualifying Products first activated through an Account with Beat Saber entitlement previously enabled are ineligible to receive Offer Item. Not valid on prior orders or purchases. Offer is non-transferable, not for resale, and not valid for cash or cash equivalent. Offer may be canceled or modified at any time without notice. Void where prohibited or restricted.

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10 reviews for Meta Quest 2 — Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset — 128 GB Everything Else

  1. Sooubway69

    I don’t normally write reviews but this one i had too! This device is sooo cool and i got beat saber for free. Although this offer is valid through december 31 2022 and its best to redeem this offer in the app in notification center. Then after that you can play a 30 game for free… another dun game id job simulator and i accually cant stop playing these games because there soooo much fun!

  2. Slim Shawty

    Having roommates can be tough—both of mine have been in a long relationship and are older than me, so our lifestyles don’t always gel too well.Meta Quest 2 has helped me escape these awkward interactions and find a new crew of virtual furry afficionados. In real life, I don’t get enough personal space in my basement apartment. Martha and Kent, my roommates, always stare and slip snide remarks when I cosplay as a sexy anime cat—but the metaverse accepts my cultural and species identity. Furthermore, I love how much better the cat costume fits in my virtual avatar! This place is truly the cat’s meow!I personally love that Wendy’s established a virtual store here—perhaps I can work out a transfer from my restaurant to there! Fingers crossed

  3. Michael

    It works like they say truly an immersive experience! My favorite is the 3-D puzzle. On some of the other games where you have quite a bit of movement I did experience some minor motion sickness. A friend suggested I leave my glasses on and that has worked so far. I would recommend buying the head strap battery pack. It works well and extends your play time. I would also recommend getting a case to store it in. I am 66 and really enjoy this. There are tons of apps for games and informational videos. Don’t be an old “fuddy duddy “ give it a try!

  4. Tonja Drecker

    I picked this up for my teenage son as a Christmas present. I was a bit concerned about the internet connection, since we live very rural and have only a very, very slow connection. But this works without a problem.The headset is, thanks to the straps, adjustable to a wide range of head sizes. It doesn’t pinch the hair or rub or feel uncomfortable. The viewer fits around my younger daughter’s head all the way up to my husband’s very large one. There is a built-in cushion around the area it rests on the face, which keeps it from rubbing or irritating. The nose area, unfortunately, isn’t nearly as ‘all fitting’ and is rather large. My son does find it sometimes distracting, since he can glimpse a tiny bit of the ‘real’ world when glancing down. There is also an extra accessories which is placed in the headset for those who wear glasses. I’ve tried it with and without this extra piece, but didn’t have trouble with my glasses either way. The handheld controllers are comfortable in the hand, have buttons which are easy to reach, and work very well. These do have wrist straps, which work very well, too.On to the games and usage! I’m not tech-savvy, so things have to be pretty basic for me to use them. This headset is no problem. It came mostly charged and ready to go. It’s pretty self-explanatory with the menus easy to see and use when the visor is on. It took about 2 hours for the installation to download and install…but that’s thanks to our very, very, very slow connection. And we found that fast (so that tells you how quick it’d be on ‘normal’ connections). It took a bit to flip through all of the menu options and included apps to see what is there and what not. We did need to download the games, but this was no problem. There are free ones and variously priced ones, giving something for every direction and budget. Once downloaded, the games work easily with or without internet connection (depending on the game, I assume). We got the basic memory one and it has more than enough space for us.The headset battery usage lasts about 2 to 4 hours, but this depends on what games are being played as well as the screen brightness and such. So, it can vary. The hand controllers, of course, hold longer, but believe it or not, these are NOT rechargeable. They use standard AA.Clear some room space when using this. It does have an awesome mapping out application, which the kids loved to use and roam through the house with. And the games to have the player ‘draw’ the borders first. Watch flailing arms, though (we did have some accidental whacking of innocent family members going on). It is fun. Tons of fun. Some of my relatives, who tried it out for a few minutes because…who wouldn’t?…did experience a bit of a headache after 5 or so minutes of play or had a bit of dizziness. I didn’t have a problem nor do my kids, though.I’m glad we picked this up, one for both of my kids at home, and they do play together (they can chat through the headsets and such as well). Oh, and my son has streamed Netflix through it and said that it’s an odd experience as well.

  5. Tenebrae

    No one can describe VR to you.You’ll see people say that online all the time, trying to emphasize the fact that you need to experience it to fully understand just how truly unique it is. They’re not lying, nor are they exaggerating. I won’t lie to you and say it’s like you’re really there because it’s not QUITE like that, it’s more like you’re wearing a space suit in a new world…looking out from the helmet’s glass viewing window into an existence you’re right on the outside of. I would imagine it’s a lot like how the first astronauts felt on the moon, actually. You’ll likely feel a little disassociation and undoubtedly feel your body attempting to react to anything within these virtual environments. You jump off a building in VR and you get that sensation of dread you would if you fell in real life. You take a step and your legs want to take that step… Your body starts to believe you’re there, and you’ll find yourself slipping psychologically from time to time. It’s not PERFECT, but it’s beyond worth the money. I actually didn’t buy mine, it was gifted to me after I made a edgy joke about not being able to afford one online and a company selling VR games decided to toss me one for such. I never planned to buy one, personally…but mused over what it must be like. I was not disappointed and you won’t be either, so long as you don’t envision yourself teleported into these worlds with the same level of realism as our own. The experience is so enjoyable that I bought one for my parents, as my mother is currently losing her mobility in life and longs for exploration…and there’s plenty of apps that allow for just that, as well as workout apps. VR Chat is a…chaotic and amusing trip. Regardless, you’ll enjoy the device and it’s worth the costs. They’re apparently bumping it up by $100 and including VR Chat, which I’m not sure I agree is worth the bump…especially when VR Chat is doing some silly choices that whittle away a lot of what makes it fun. Still…you’ll enjoy the experience.

  6. D. Cole

    I really didn’t know what to expect. I’ve done the phone VR cardboard devices and wasn’t impressed and I even owned a vr headset many years ago but this thing is a game-changer. I have stopped like 80% of my computer gaming and do most of my gaming in VR now. It’s just so much more satisfying that it is hard to explain. There are issues but for the price they arent deal-breaking issues.You can’t really adjust the focal point, the lens will move to 3 different spots for the width of your eyes but if you are between then you have to try to stop it between the 3 slots you can move them to. If you wear glasses, I higly recommend you search for prescription lenses that can be bought fairly cheap and you won’t need to wear your glasses inside the device.The base head strap is crap. You will want to replace it pretty quickly after purchase. Battery life also is low, which leads to you buying a headstrap with a built-in battery as well. The stock battery is max, 2 hours.Sound, it’s…..ok. If you want immersive sound you will want either earbuds or some external over-the-ear setup. The sound isn’t terrible, you can hear everything going on but its just not immersive at all.Now for the surprise. I’m over 50, I HATE exercise, I can not stress enough, just how badly I hate exercise. With that said, there are some great games that give you a heck of a workout and it NEVER feels like you are exercising. Eleven table tennis is a very realistic ping pong simulator that will have you sweating like made while playing. Since you never have to chase the ball around the room to be able to serve again, you are constantly playing, and its absolutely worth the price if you ever loved playing ping pong.Now, I will share a little about me, I’m a stroke survivor, on year 10 post-stroke. Have about 30% usage of my left side. Beat saber has changed my life. Nothing I have done for my left arm has ever really strengthened it but beat saber has started making it stronger. You just get into the music and just try and try. I will probably never play on expert+ and I’m OK with that. It’s fun exercise that never feels like exercise. I can not recommend these two games enough. I can easily lose track of time and when I am done, I sit down and think, holy cow, I am tired now.I have bought lots of games from lots of different genres. You can sit on the river bank fishing in real VR fishing, you can watch tv shows and movies on the big screen with the Bigscreen beta app. Lots of VR or 360-degree content to watch that’s free.If I was forced to give only 1 answer to what I think of the quest 2 headset, It would be this. It’s an amazing experience! It really changes many things about the way you think. Gaming is different in VR. You’re not just gaming but you are immersed in the games. It changes how you game, it gives a sedentary person exercise that they would have never gotten before and you will never feel like you’re just working out.I really can’t stress enough just how much this could change your life. It’s not perfect by any means but I can only see it getting better and better.

  7. Matias Pefaur

    LO BUENO:Simplemente la mejor compra en gaming que he hecho en años, en cuanto a independencia, tecnología, calidad y precio.Estéticamente me encantó, colores sobrios, muy buena calidad, si nunca habías probado la realidad virtual como yo, te sentirás muy inverso en los lentes, tanto así que hasta golpeé todo lo que tenía a mi alrededor sin querer, y tanto a los lentes como a los mandos, no les ocurrió nada, ni un rasguño.Con la memoria de 256 gb, más que suficiente, super fluido, rápido, cómodo, INTUITIVO sobre todo.LO MALO:Esto la verdad es que es más personal, y no para todos, sino para la minoría, encontraremos que el sistema elástico de las gafas, resulta muy incómodo, hasta llegar a doler la zona donde se apoya en nuestra cabeza.De igual forma la esponja donde apoyas tu rostro, en lo personal es molesta, y me causó dolor y un poco de irritación en cortos periodos de uso, lo bueno es que viene con una funda de silicona, muy fácil de colocar y soluciona TODO, literal, muy bueno y viene incluido.El aparato, luego de mucho uso y de exigirlo con juegos que piden un poco más que el resto, se calienta, hasta llegar a dar calor en la zona de los ojos, lo cual es muy entendible si lo estamos exigiendo de forma independiente. Desconozco si sucede lo mismo cuando lo usamos con PCVR.Puede ocasionar mareo en un principio, en lo personal, bastante, hasta tener que acostarme, porque la vista la sientes super rara, sientes el cuerpo raro, ves tus manos y piensas que no son tuyas, un mareo increíble, que por suerte solo me sucedió en un principio.COSAS QUE SON REALES PERO NO AFECTAN:Los gráficos no son nada increíble en algunos juegos, que si bien hay que entender que es un sistema que los corre de forma independiente, estos no son gráficos de ultima generación ni mucho menos, al contrario, hay juegos bastante pobres gráficamente. Sobre esto, nada que preocuparse, ya que la inmersión es tanta, que los gráficos es lo último en lo que te percatas, literal, puedes tirarte muchas horas en vrchat por ejemplo, y los gráficos seran lo de menos.El tracking o seguimiento del cuerpo, es solo de brazos hacía arriba, pero muy buenos, así que ni lo sientes, en lo personal si compraría más accesorios para trackear el cuerpo, pero desde luego no es nada necesario.Eso es todo, si quieres comprarlo, en lo personal es muy bueno, además es increíble que me salga el doble de barato que comprandolo en mi país y encima siendo la mejor versión, incluso pagando la tasa de importación.PD: el envío fue lo mejor, era envío gratis y me llegó en 7 días, un amigo realizó la misma compra, envío gratis y le llegó en 4 días, nada, la mejor experiencia en todas sus partes.

  8. Aidan

    I spent a few weeks deciding on if I wanted to get the quest 2 and a finally decided to pull the trigger years ago I had the occulas gear for my galaxy s8 and that was when VR was still working out it’s kinks something that I always had a problem with when it came to old VR headsets was motion sickness and I didn’t have any at all with the quest 2 I love how the quest 2 rests on your face with the cousin, I rarely get face strain when I use it for long periods of time. I love how Facebook has integrated with occulas to make using the operating system a breeze. I have heard complaints from other users shaming Facebook for requiring a Facebook account to use the quest but I’ve never seen the big deal in that. Facebook bought occulas and they have the right to require an account to use there product. People use the excuse that Facebook is trying to steal data but if you use the internet at all your going to have your data exploited no matter what 🤷‍♂️ that’s just the way it is. If you don’t have anything to hide then what’s the problem? If you do decide to bite the bullet and get the quest some games I would recommed are beat saber, hand physics lab, and horizon worlds. Some things I’d like to point out for new users is 1 the head strap that comes in the box. It’s a good headstrap but it does cause some problems every now and then. Due to the lightweight nature of the headstrap it makes the occulas a little front heavy and forces you to tighten the headstrap so the unit stays on your head and after time can start to give you a headache. If your looking to get a different hadstrap I’d warn you not to get the elite strap from occulas there prone to breaking due to some weak points and it’s not worth the 150 bucks in my opinion. Instead I’d recommend looking around at 3rd party headstraps and selecting one based on what you think would work best for you. Personally I use a 3rd party headstrap from kiwi that has some weight on the back of it to counterbalance the weight from the front of the unit I’ve found it miles more comfortable then the stock headstrap. One other think that I would recommend is investing in a pair of wireless earbuds. The quest has Bluetooth functionality and is able to pair with anything Bluetooth including earbuds. I love to workout with my quest and I love good audio it gets my in the zone and really gives me the immersion I’m looking for. So with that being said I would recommend a pair of skullcandy earbuds they have a good balance of highs and lows and there not that pricey either (around 30 bucks) overall the quest 2 does have some kinks but nothing that some creativity can’t fix. If you read this all the way through thanks! I hope you found it helpfull!

  9. Michael

    I never spend anything on myself and I realized I haven’t been having much fun for quite a while now. Just focused on work and scrambling to get by. I’ve been picking up a lot of overtime and felt like it’s time that I spend something on myself, something fun. I was looking at the Nintendo Switch, X-Box Series S and Meta Quest, as they’re all in the same price range. After talking to a couple friends who have the Meta Quest I decided to go with it and I’m glad I did.It’s so immersive. I was in outer space and I was able to push planets around; I was in a black hole for a moment. It was incredible. In another game I was in a real story about a man who has schizophrenia and in another, a fitness game, takes you all over the world while you workout. I’ve also watched short vr videos in the library where I was auditioning to join Lego Batman lol and in another video I was on a roller coaster. There’s even a vr video for Ghost In The Shell.Overall, I am very impressed with the Meta Quest and have absolutely no regrets with the purchase. The exercise one, called Supernatural, is by far one of the best reasons to get this if you want to get in shape and live a healthier life. It’s supremely an exceptional fitness app that also includes stretching and meditation as well.There are some downfalls; none worth turning away from the system itself but worth the developers listening to:- The set up is such a pain. I had so many issues with getting it set up. I tried doing it from my phone and I think that was my first mistake but the directions were not entirely clear when trying to do it from the headset alone. I had to restart my headset twice so I could try to get it set up.- The cell phone app, at least for Apple devices, is less than user friendly, especially for setting up the headset. It’s like the button goes away when you start filling out information and it’s such a hassle to try to wiggle it back down.- The controllers should be rechargeable. Using double-AA batteries is such a waste of money and product, and just further adds to landfills needlessly. Fortunately, you can use rechargeable double-AA batteries. I would either rather see the controllers be rechargeable or ship them without batteries so people can make the choice to get rechargeable ones or not.- Up close the visuals are absolutely incredible. Almost like you’re actually there but when you look farther out, it becomes less realistic and more pixelated. For the most part it doesn’t bother me as this is developing technology but hopefully the next Meta Quest (3) will be more real even at greater distances.- Some of the games won’t let you get back out of them without restarting your headset. The only way I’ve found a way around this is by enabling voice control and saying “go home” and it gets you out of the app that you’re in.- When watch videos that aren’t vr it takes into essentially theater mode. I would much rather have a full screen mode so there is no black screen around the video; just the video, or at least as close to it as possible.- The bottom part of the headset allows more light in than what I would like. Sleep face masks these days now have a nose bridge to block out the majority of the light; I definitely believe Meta Quest should have this as well to create more of an immersive experience.I think what surprised me most about this system is the sound. The speakers are not on your ears but you can hear everything as clear as day, and outside sounds don’t interfere at all. It’s honestly incredible how loud and clear the sound is even though they’re not directly on your ears.The safety features are also 100% on point. I definitely don’t feel unsafe with this. I’ve never hit a wall or anything else with a body part or with the controllers. It’s a very intuitive system and I am very excited to see where they take this. After using this I can firmly say that VR is definitely the way of the future. Most people, including myself, already know this but you don’t really know why until you try it out and then you can really see the potential in it.This is a solid investment for just having fun but also for your physical, emotional and mental health as well. The key difference between this and other gaming consoles like the Playstation, Nintendo, etc. is that this genuinely feels like I have an experience versus just staring at a screen. Those immersive stories are real stories, some of them with the actual people of those stories and it changes the way you think and feel about the world around you and how others see their own lives and the lives around them.The one story about the schizophrenic man is so interesting and there’s another one that shows how a blind person saw the world as they gradually became blind with the original audio recordings. The storytelling is captivating and there’s plenty more stories like those on there with I’m sure more to come. Overall, I am extremely impressed with this system and would highly recommend to anyone looking into potentially buying one.

  10. DFB

    I bought the Meta Quest 2 to bring to work because I have misplaced my Galaxy EarBuds Live, at work, one too many times.First… the Meta Quest 2 are NOT flimsy or cheap feeling. They connected effortlessly to my Galaxy Note 20. The sound is impressive for the price point. So I decided to do a side by side comparison with Galaxy EarBuds Live ($130 earbuds vs $18.00 earbuds). I’m listening to Joe Cocker’s “Unchain My Heart” for the test.Meta Quest is louder, that’s for sure. It’s because they insert into the ear more then the Galaxy (my Galaxy buds are the style that’s shaped similar to a bean) and they cancel out noise MUCH better then the bean shaped Galaxy. Also, the Meta Quest 2 is a way more comfortable & stays PUT IN YOUR EAR, unlike the Galaxy…. again, due to their odd shape ( I don’t recommend the Galaxy EarBud Live, but I do recommend their Galaxy EarBud2 Live, which are shaped liked the Meta Quest earbuds)So, of course the Galaxy is a finer earbud when it comes to base, stereo, and separation of notes However, the Meta Quest 2 isn’t bad… especially for $18.00. The music isn’t muddle or muffled. Sound is clear and sharp enough for the class of earbud that it is The Notes aren’t as separate and individual sounding as the Galaxy, but it’s not all that noticable, that is until you compare them side-by-side. Bluetooth range is fine for me. I can walk around my entire first floor house (average medium size house).Conclusion… These are just as good, if not better, then most $50 range earbuds. I’ll be honest, I expected a cheap product, but instead I ended up being pleasantly surprised. No tears if I should lose them. I’ll just buy another set.

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