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As far as I know they’re bundling all episodes together with any oculus quest purchase 64 or 128gb version until January 31 2020
Robbie…
· 29 November 2019
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If it's in stock then it will be shipped straight away. You can't purchase it if it's not available anyway.
Wendy Douglas
· 22 February 2020
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I received mine within a few days, and the Vader games can be ordered from the Oculus store and it downloads very quickly.
J.R. McNamara
· 21 February 2020
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Hi the Oculus Quest is "standalone". It doesn't need a phone to operate.
Daemon
· 18 May 2020
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It comes with wrist straps ! 100%
YungIceBerg
· 2 August 2020
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There are two memory options 64GB is or was $650 (on sale at $600) or the 120GB for $800-850 which I have seen for $750.
If you’re sure it’s the same memory product it could be supply and demand as they have been selling out everywhere but I don’t think amazon ups the price when there’s a demand.

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No. There are several types that can be purchased though.
J.R. McNamara
· 21 February 2020
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I understand you can stream via a Google chromecast device version 3.0 or above at a cost of $aud99. I've synced to my android phone and then mirrored the phone to the tv; the result is usable but limited. There is significant lag, low pictures quality and the sound is therfore out of phase with the viewer's prescript… see more I understand you can stream via a Google chromecast device version 3.0 or above at a cost of $aud99. I've synced to my android phone and then mirrored the phone to the tv; the result is usable but limited. There is significant lag, low pictures quality and the sound is therfore out of phase with the viewer's prescriptions. I am looking at the other option of casting directly to a Bluetooth led projector; however i suspect the lag will continue to annoy the audience.
I've also had a fault in the controller/headset synchronisation - not a welcome problem with a brand new, straight-out-of-the-box purchase. See less
I understand you can stream via a Google chromecast device version 3.0 or above at a cost of $aud99. I've synced to my android phone and then mirrored the phone to the tv; the result is usable but limited. There is significant lag, low pictures quality and the sound is therfore out of phase with the viewer's prescriptions. I am looking at the other option of casting directly to a Bluetooth led projector; however i suspect the lag will continue to annoy the audience.
I've also had a fault in the controller/headset synchronisation - not a welcome problem with a brand new, straight-out-of-the-box purchase.

BB
· 12 September 2019
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Depends on you country here is a link to their info page https://www.oculus.com/legal/limited-warranty/
TheSilence006
· 10 January 2020
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Full manufacturers warranty as it is a new product (great customer service) also amazon has a great return policy if something were to happen. (Avoid using the AA batteries it comes with, there has been reports of leaking. (Mine were fine) Oculus will replace your controller if this happens though)