Oculus is now selling its newest virtual reality headset, the Oculus Quest 2, across the United States. The Facebook subsidiary announced the gadget just several weeks back, presenting it as the ultimate blend of accessibility and prowess. In other words, you will not be asked to shell out a four-digit figure in order to get this thing rendering virtually immersive environments in your living room. Instead, you are looking at an introductory price of just $299, which is $100 cheaper than even the last generation of the Quest. Today’s development marks the start of the Oculus Quest 2 U.S. pre-orders, to be exact. Oculus says the first shipments will start arriving to customers by October 13th. You can pre-purchase the VR headset directly through Oculus, but also get one from GameStop, Best Buy, Walmart, and Target in the U.S. and Canada. Thanks to a 50% resolution jump and newer processor from Qualcomm, as well as 6GB of RAM in total, the Oculus Quest 2 is said to be ready for the next generation of VR gaming and other experiences. It will also allow for high refresh rates of up to 90Hz, and that feature should be available from the very first day. For more up-to date technology news kindly check out our tech news category or follow us on Facebook!