Sources say the Oculus Go standalone VR headset will launch at Facebook’s F8 developer conference in May.
Facebook paid $2 billion for Oculus more than 3 years ago, but hasn’t done much with the product.
It unveiled the new headset, which doesn’t require a phone or PC to operate, during the Oculus Connect 4 conference.
The Oculus Go is portable and unencumbered by the tether holding back the Oculus Rift.
The price point for the standalone headset was set at $199.
While Oculus Go won’t be as immersive as the Rift, users will get to play the same apps and experiences.
Rumors suggest a more expensive version with more storage will also be available when the product launches.
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