Description: Experience portable, all-in-one VR without a PC. Crystal-clear optics and state-of-the-art 3D graphics make your headset feel more like a personal cinema. Meet up in VR with friends and fans from around the world to catch live sport, concerts or binge-worthy TV. Whether you’re navigating through the biggest hits on TV or to a far-off land, the intuitive controller makes getting there a cinch.
Review: The home screen is exactly the same as on the Gear VR. Using the controller to navigate around the good news is anyone who has been using a Rift of Gear VR before getting an Oculus Go will feel right at home here. Sadly not everything is the same and many people who own a Rift found it quite nauseating without the movement tracking. While this is to be expected it is still something to consider for anyone thinking of downgrading.
Wrapping this up everyone who used it said they were truly impressed with the Oculus Go, based on its price. While you could pick holes in the lack of motion tracking and other things, these little flaws are a worthy sacrifice to the headset being so affordable.