Oculus announces its flagship product Oculus Quest 2 Due to the upcoming new update, the headset will support wireless PC streaming and 120Hz refresh rate.
According to the announcement on the Oculus website, the headset will soon enjoy a series of upgrades, allowing you to use it without being bundled with a PC, which means you can enjoy virtual reality without any additional conditions.
In the past, Oculus Quest 2 could be used to play games wirelessly only if the Oculus Quest 2 itself was installed on the device. However, when this new update is released, you will have the option of an experimental new feature called Air Link, which the company says is “a completely wireless way to play PC VR content on Quest 2 using WiFi.”
Oculus hopes that the update will begin rolling out sometime in April, and once it is complete, you will need to manually switch some settings to enable Air Link.
Just go to “Settings” and find the “Beta” tab, which can be found in the “Experiments” section. Then you will be able to play PC VR games wirelessly. To ensure that all operations go smoothly, you need to use a high-end router (the router is wired to the PC and located near the router) for booting.
Oculus said: “Over time, we will strive to improve Air Link, including performance, visual quality, and the ability to operate under undesirable wireless conditions.”
This update will also update Infinite Office, a new experience provided by Oculus in Oculus Home that allows you to work in a virtual office environment. If you need to get rid of the interference of the real world and complete some serious work, it is the ideal choice. In the v28 update, Infinite Office will allow you to add a virtual desk to the virtual desk so that you can sit down and work in VR without taking off your headset to adjust your orientation.
Our own Tom Orry is a big fan of Oculus Quest 2 and recommended this headset for gamers who desire to experience the true next-generation wow.
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