Facebook (now called Meta) just announced its latest VR headset–dubbed Project Cambria – at its most recent Connect event. It isn't the Oculus Quest 3, unfortunately, with Meta instead explaining that this new device will be home to groundbreaking technology which aims to help establish the earliest days of its metaverse.Don't worry, though, as Meta is still working on the next generation of its more budget-friendly VR headsets.
At an earnings call for the company earlier this year, company CEO Mark Zuckerberg told investors that Meta has been working on "new hardware [that] will fit the same platform [as the Quest 2]" for some time. We're not yet certain whether those comments are in reference to an Oculus Quest 3 headset, a newer version of the Oculus Quest 2 or indeed this newly-announced Project Cambria, but we'll expect more clarification soon.As it happens, a new and improved Quest 2 model is now on the shelves, packing 128GB of storage for exactly the same price as the existing base version – making it better value, and an easier recommendation, than ever.
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