The Oculus Quest 2, now known as goal quest 2, have become the best-selling virtual reality glasses worldwide. Its more contained price, even with the last increase, good features, possibility of independent operation or with a PC (via cable or wirelessly) makes it one of the most versatile models.
That has made companies like Logitech have set them as a target for new peripherals. This is how they are born Logitech Chorus, a modular audio system that attaches to the goal quest 2 and that seeks to improve the integrated audio that the glasses bring.
Its placement adapts to any ear, since they do not come into direct contact as they have an “off-ear” design so as not to break the immersion of virtual reality and allow us to hear what is around us. In addition, it is possible to regulate them with a hinge to adapt their position. In case you want to silence them, the headphones are deactivated when you upload them.
The Logitech Chorus They are placed on the sides of the glasses, where the head fixing strips are placed, and are connected directly through an L-shaped adapter to USB-C. In addition, to avoid losing the USB-C port of the glasses, they act as a bridge and have another USB-C female to be able to connect peripherals or charge the Quest 2.
Its price is 99.99 euros and can be booked right now on the Logitech website.