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The 64GB Oculus Go standalone VR headset is back down to its best-ever price

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Oculus headset (Image credit: Oculus)

The Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset (opens in new tab) offers one of the best VR experiences that doesn't require a PC or console to use, and it just became a lot more affordable with a major price drop at Amazon. The 64GB model (opens in new tab) is down to its best-ever price at only $199. That's $50 off its regular price and a match for the low it set during Black Friday weekend. You can also take $50 off the 32GB version (opens in new tab) and both of the deals are matched at Best Buy (opens in new tab).

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Oculus Go Standalone Virtual Reality Headset (opens in new tab)

Step into another world at the best price we've ever seen with $50 off the 64GB Oculus Go. You don't need extra equipment like a fancy PC or powerful console to run this system, either. The 32GB model is also discounted.

Oculus Go is a virtual reality headset designed for everyone. It's the third headset from Oculus, and it's meant to exist between the phone-powered Samsung Gear VR (opens in new tab) and PC-powered Oculus Rift (opens in new tab). It's a little more capable than the phone-powered headset, but not quite as capable as the PC-powered experience. But as a standalone system, meaning it doesn't need to connect to anything, Oculus Go offers something unique.

There are plenty of critically-acclaimed games to play, movies to watch, and concerts in which you can immerse yourself with new content coming all the time. The portable form factor is unique to this headset, too, and there are built-in speakers for great sound without a mess of cords. You may want to invest in a carrying case (opens in new tab) to protect your gear on the go.

We put the Go through its paces in our in-depth review, so it's worth checking that out if you want to know more. If you're already decided, now's the time to buy it at a new low price!

Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.