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I wouldn’t be surprised if this VR headset was standalone, but it also was able to connect to existing VR hardware system, like PC. The Quest does the same thing. It’s completely stand alone, but you can use your library of PC VR games via a link cable.
The Quest 2 is really slick, and at $299, you get 128 gb of storage with 6 GB of RAM, and dual 2k displays. The experience on the Oculus Quest 2 is second to none right now, and I have a lot of VR headsets. Also the Quest 2 let’s you link up to a Windows PC, so you can play Steam VR games, as well as use other VR platforms, including Microsoft’s. You don’t have to use the Quest 2 connect to the internet, if you use the link cable from the PC/notebook.
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The Quest 2 uses Qualcomms XR2 SoC, not the XR1 SoC. There is a huge difference between those 2 chips.