It's believed to last up to nine days in perfect conditions, which are conditions it won't see on the way from China.
Worst case, as others have said, leave the package somewhere for two weeks after it arrives, and it's guaranteed to be safe.
It was obvious that Facebook bought Oculus in order to create Facebook VR; it's the perfect 'social media' interface, and they want to be the ones who own social media in VR. I wouldn't particularly care if it was only required for doing Facebook VR…
The Go only has 3 DOF controllers, so it doesn't make much sense. It can tell which direction the controller is pointing, but it can't tell where the controller is.
I've played a few shooting games on my Go and they worked much better than I expect…
At 4GHz, it looks like you should get similar performance to my i7-3770 which I played hundreds of hours of VR games on with no problems until the PC died (including FSX and Prepar3D). So there are no guarantees, but it may well work OK.
FlyInside already supports Leap Motion. It's great when it works, but does need some configuration to get it to not trigger when you don't want it to (e.g. if your real-world joystick is close to controls in the cockpit).
Wi-fi? Dunno about strength, but my router is in the basement and the headset is in the top floor bedroom, and it works OK. I only have real problems if I sit on the bed, probably because the metal frame gets between the headset and the router.
Seriously, the Quest is in a completely different world to a phone headset. Yeah, there's a bit of a nose gap, but you don't notice it once you're playing a game, and it's handy when you need to see something outside the headset for some reason. Oth…
You can specify the size of the plank, but I think 1m would still be much too small. I had to move furniture around in my living room to make space to walk the plank.
(Good thing I bought it for my Quest, not the PC!)
I have a job. That doesn't mean I think it's a good customer experience to buy a new headset, see the Oculus store making a fuss about the sale... and not put a single Quest title on sale.
Way to encourage early adopters, Oculus.
No real issues with mine. The big problems right now are lack of software and high prices for that software. Though the prices are less of an issue for a new user than those of us who've already bought the game on one or two different Oculus platfor…
Yeah, I was quite impressed by Robo Recall. I've played it quite a bit on the Rift and was expecting a significant reduction in graphics, but it actually looks very good.
No idea about Cloudlands Golf, but I'd probably buy it if it does come out.