Ok I’ve changed the value to pounds only and put you down as £318. Smashin
But the £ normally gets converted automatically to the $ 1:1 so £500 would be $500.
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I think maybe they dropped the ball with Oculus Go as windows mixed reality units are around similar price point at this moment. why buy a £200 headset with no tracking when you can pay a bit more for a higher res headset with tracking?
Let's join this game. Predictions for 2018!
1. Oculus Go is a success on casual market. (not a massive one but it sells enough to make it profitable)
2. VivePro does barely ok. Perhaps price point too high or not that much of a difference with current tech to justify an upgrade.
3. We get release date and price point for Santa Cruz at OC5. Comes Q4 2019 at $399. But here's the catch, this is actually CV2. Standalone stays on Go, CV2 connects wirelessly to a PC for best possible VR experience. Updated screens, fov, ergonomics, tracking and controllers. Basically an upgrade on all fronts. Still no foveated rendering or eye tracking though.
4. Skyrim VR, Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR get official Oculus compatibility
5. PSVR continues dominating the VR market. It gets a price drop and maybe updated dedicated controllers.
6. Biggest upgrades we all get come from the Oculus Home experience as it continues to evolve and integrate social aspects.
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