TechRadar’s VR Month TechRadar and PC Gamer are diving deep into virtual reality this month with a series of guides, how-tos, and features digging into every aspect of VR that we’re simply calling VR Month. It’s all being made possible by Oculus, which stepped up to support this month-long project. Thanks, Oculus! Oculus is a big name in virtual reality (VR), and the company’s headsets offer attractive entryways into VR for just about anyone. The two current Oculus headsets are the Oculus Rift and Oculus Go. While both can put you into a virtual world and let you immerse yourself in it, they’re largely different platforms, offering different experiences. The Oculus Go is an affordable, standalone device that makes experiencing VR as easy as ever. The Oculus Rift is a premium device for the VR fanatic who wants full immersion and is willing to pay a higher price for the headset and a powerful PC connected to run the experiences. Here, we’re going to dive into the key differences between the two headsets, what each offers and which option will best suit your interests. Price One of the biggest and most noticeable differences between the Oculus Rift and Oculus Go are their respective prices. The Oculus Go starts at just $199 for a model with 32GB of built-in storage and an included controller. A model with 64GB of storage is also available for $249. These both come in well below the $399 price tag on the Oculus Rift. While the… [Read full story]
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