Oculus Quest – VR done right

As you might have noticed I really like the Oculus Quest. To me there is so much to love with this headset. Yes, it might not be the best when it comes to the specs but to me that doesn’t matter. I refuse to let perfection be the enemy of good. I can play a lot of games that look excellent in the headset and I can even now play regular SteamVR/Oculus RIft games via Virtual Desktop or Oculus Link.

The main feature that makes this VR-headset the one to beat is the fact it is un-thethered and does not need a PC: You can put it in your little bag and bring it to work, friends or whenever you want to game and you do not need a huge PC with it. And as much as would love to have even more power and even higher resolution I think the Oculus Quest has found a great balance which allows it to be a kick-ass un-tethered headset.


  • No wires
  • OLED screen with quite high resolution
  • Several ways to play regular PC-VR-games
  • Great graphics even though it has a mobile chip


  • Quite expensive now
  • A bit unbalanced. Better to add a bit weight at the back
  • Needs to be charged during longer games
  • Slightly lower refreshrate
Table setup not completed.

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