What is Oculus Go?
The Oculus Go with 32GB of storage costs $199 / £199 / AU$299, while the Oculus Go with 64GB of storage costs $249 / £249 / AU$369.
The new Go headset runs the same games and apps as Facebook's Gear VR system. Both will come with a wireless controller. There is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor under the hood, spatial audio, and there is an integrated microphone as well. Battery life is claimed to last between 1.5 and 2 hours of gaming, 2 and 2.5 hours for video viewing.
Although it shares a brand with the Oculus Rift, in reality the Oculus Go actually has more in common with VR headsets like Samsung's Gear VR. We also can't say for sure that these are Oculus Go boxes because they are turned backwards to hide the box art. This is a testament to Facebook's willingness to make tight or nonexistent profit margins in order to ensure it remains the leader of the VR market - it also speaks to the fact that Oculus understands mobile VR software better than any competitor, by a country mile.
Oculus claims that more that 1,000 games and experiences are available for the Go from the off.
The device does not have any positional tracking system and is therefore meant to be worn by a stationary user, who can turn and tilt their head to explore the virtual reality environment.