Don\u2019t have a powerful PC but still want to dive into VR? Oculus new Oculus Quest Gaming Console is right here. Don\u2019t worry about a PC because you don\u2019t need one! Everything is done with built-in hardware in the headset. With accurate controls and great games, it\u2019s the best gaming console to experience VR without any hassle.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Oculus Quest Gaming Console\r\nA standalone system, the Quest is one of the best ways to experience virtual reality for yourself. Fitted with accurate controls and sensitive sensors, to experience VR so fluidly at this price point is hard to argue with.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nThe Oculus Quest Gaming Console offers a very different experience than, say, a Nintendo Switch Gaming Console. Getting to play games with that first person perspective\u2014that\u2019s you!\u2014is unique to VR. Accuracy is important, however. Controlling your actions in-game was rarely an issue as the controllers and headset work together to create a highly accurate representation of your movements and translate it to the games. The visisuals aren\u2019t 4K but are very clear with its OLED display.\r\n\r\nOf course, there are some downsides. The Oculus Quest Gaming Console runs on mobile hardware. You won\u2019t get the same graphical fidelity you would on a PC VR like the Oculus Rift.\r\nDesign\r\nWhat makes the Oculus Quest virtual reality headset so enticing is the lack of external hardware. Mobile VR headsets like the Quest are designed to give you the freedom to walk around, whereas the Oculus Go is less concerned. To get started you pick up the ever so comfortable Oculus Touch controllers and create a play space for the first time. This means you can move in the real world which feels like you\u2019re moving in-game. The headset itself has built-in sensors that act like external sensors would and use the controllers (AA batteries needed) as anchors.\r\nValue\r\nAs far as value goes, the Quest Oculus has created is in a unique position. In the most important areas the HTC Vive has more power underneath, but our Oculus Quest review revealed the Quest has more features to offer\u2014especially when it comes to compatibility. And it does that for $250 cheaper. Let\u2019s not forget some of the best VR games are on the Quest, games like Beat Saber and Superhot VR.\r\n\r\nThe argument can be made that a PlayStation 4 Slim game console fitted with a PSVR is a better VR experience, at least when it comes to games. The Microsoft Xbox One S, however, doesn\u2019t have an equivalent. All that extra power and better library comes at a cost, however\u2014but not nearly as much as a high end gaming PC would.\r\nOculus Quest Gaming Console Wrap Up\r\nThe Oculus Quest Gaming Console is a standalone VR gaming system; you don\u2019t need a powerful PC, though you\u2019ll still pay a pretty penny. It doesn\u2019t have the prettiest graphics but it makes up for it with comfortable controllers and a surprisingly accurate tracking system\u2014just give yourself at least an 8x8-foot space. If you want to experience VR without spending much, this is it.