When talking about Virtual Reality the first thing that comes to mind is how expensive it is to do it since you have to have a PC that is quite powerful and a device such as Oculus Rift or HTC Vive that have prices of more than USD $ 1000.
Today there is good news for those who want to experience Virtual Reality as Facebook and Oculus have announced Oculus Quest, a relatively affordable, autonomous VR unit.
In the Oculus Connect 5 conference the companies presented the device that will not require a PC or a smartphone to work, noting that it will be launched in the Spring of 2019 with a price of USD $ 399 for the 64GB model that will include two Oculus Touch controls.
Oculus Quest has two screens, with a resolution of 1600 × 1440 and uses four wide-angle sensors to track the exact position of the user.
As for games, it will be able to run most of the Rift games, it is likely that at his launch it will have a library of around 50 titles including The Climb, Robo Recall and Moss.