Oculus Go, the company’s recently launched standalone VR headset, is already on store shelves starting at $200 for the 32 GB version. And just like the company’s previous Rift for Business announced last year, now it’s Go’s turn for the commercial treatment.

Update (July 17th, 2018): Oculus Go for Business is now shipping in all supported countries, which includes: US, Canada, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan and the UK.

Original Article (May 4th, 2018): Now available for pre-order for $300—only $50 more than the equivalent 64 GB consumer version—the new Oculus for Business bundle includes a 64 GB version of the Go headset, a controller, two facial interfaces, a worldwide multi-prong wall charger, expanded warranty & licensing terms, and dedicated service—all the things a business might need when hocking their virtual wares at tradeshows and expos.

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Besides the extra gubbins, the commercial-focused headset is presumably identical to the consumer version hardware-side, containing a 538ppi, 2,560 × 1,440 “fast-switch” LCD display (1,280 × 1,440 per eye). Featuring 3 DOF head tracking and a single 3 DOF controller, the headset has a few clever design changes from the smartphone-driven Gear VR, including stereo speakers and both more space and dedicated spacer brackets for glasses wearers. Check out our deep dive review to see why we called it the standalone VR headset priced for the masses.

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Pre-orders are expected to begin shipping out starting mid-July. The company is currently only shipping to the US, Canada, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK (see update above for full list).

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  • InstaVR

    Nice! We’re very much looking forward to this. We just posted our guide for how businesses can create Go apps without coding. Anyone who has authored a Gear VR app will be happy to learn no .osig files needed and easy to distribute to Gos globally.

  • Lucidfeuer

    A Go for Business bundle would have been a 4-pack Oculus Go at somewhat of a cut price.

  • Peter Mc Cracken

    Does anyone know if this new Oculus vr mask gives a clear and Sharp image on 360 panoramas based on krpano?

    • sfmike

      It all depends on compression and original image or video resolution. Try the Visbit demo to see how terrific video can look on an Oculus Go. We need to make more of the 360 compression apps and services available to all users.

  • Great licensing for marketing booths

  • jeff courtney

    This is the way to go if your into tech and software.Start up a simple company and demo the coolest experiences.Praise Jesus !

    • The Master

      Go praise to your false garbage gods somewhere else

      • Get Schwifty!

        He has every right to express his religious view, don’t be a hater. You have no proof or knowledge of what is real and what is not.

        • G-man

          He has every right to express his opinions about what is garbage, don’t be a hater. You have no proof or knowledge of what is garbage and what is not.

  • G-man

    didnt occulus learn from htc? its not $50 more for the pro version. it’s three times the price