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Facebook unveils the Oculus Quest 2 – TechCrunch

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Facebook makes its next steps in VR, Apple releases iOS 14 and the PlayStation 5 gets a launch date.

The big story: Facebook unveils the Oculus Quest 2.

Facebook announced the smaller, more affordable follow-up to the Oculus Quest VR headset launching on October 13 at a starting price of $299.

The announcement was part of today’s Facebook Connect event, where the company also debuted a virtual office space called Infinite Office, announced a fitness tracking device and revealed plans to launch smart glasses next year.

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