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Oculus Link is out in beta now, so you can plug a Quest into your PC to play Rift games
TECHBUSINESS

Oculus Link is out in beta now, so you can plug a Quest into your PC to play Rift games

Published: November 18, 2019  |  1 min read, 210 words
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Today, the Facebook-owned virtual reality company Oculus announced that Oculus Link, which lets you plug a standalone Quest headset into your gaming PC so you can play Oculus Rift games, is out now in beta. On its own, the cordless Quest is less powerful than its wired cousin, the Rift S. But by plugging the Quest directly into a VR-ready PC with Oculus Link, it seems like it could be able to run much more powerful VR experiences if Link works as promised. Oculus says on a support page that you’ll need to have a “high-quality” USB 3 cable and a computer that supports a list of minimum... READ MORE
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December 3, 2019
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Feels like an ad for the Oculus with just some minor caveats to the new Link. Very little info about the product.
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November 19, 2019
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Quick and well sourced article regarding the Oculus Quest's new Beta Link feature.
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November 19, 2019
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A very well-sourced and detailed article about the recently released Oculus Link. It's hard for journalists to write about these tech releases without sounding like a press release, but this author went into such technical depth that it reads more like an investigative piece. Some difficult language for those not in tech, but still a good overview on the product.
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