Oculus Go solves VR’s two biggest problems

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Oculus finally figured out how to get consumers excited about virtually reality: It just had to take a little bit of advice from the late Steve Jobs.

The company introduced its first standalone virtual reality headset, the Oculus Go, during its developers conference on Wednesday, pricing it at $199. ;

Jobs, the founder and former CEO of Apple, identified $199 as the “magic” price for consumers back in 2005 with the iPod Mini and continued it in 2008 with the introduction of the iPhone 3GS (yes, I know, that’s not counting subsidies).

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Oculus Go solves VR’s two biggest problems

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