Facebook said Thursday that the Oculus Go is getting a price cut: $149 for the 32GB version. The entry-level VR headset previously cost $199, though its. Facebook confirmed the price drop is permanent and said it would be rolling out across all relevant markets.
“Oculus Go is now priced at $149 USD, which is equal to a $50 price drop,” a company spokesperson said in an email to CNET. “We are applying comparable discounts across all countries where Go is sold.”
The $149 price applies only to the 32GB Oculus Go, the 64GB model is priced at $199.
Facebook’s more immersive and powerful standalone VR headset, the, is $399. There’s also the , a PC-connected VR headset.
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