The Oculus Go is a standalone VR headset, available for purchase from May 2018. It differs from other mobile VR headsets, in that a mobile phone is not utilised in general use, it’s a true standalone unit. A mobile device is only used during the initial configuration stages. Under the hood sits a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 SoC, which utilises a quad-core (2x 2.3 GHz & 2 x 2.15 GHz) CPU, an Adreno 530 GPU and 3 GB of system RAM. The display is a 5.5” 2560 x 1440 fast switching LCD, with a standard refresh rate of 60Hz and “overclocked” 72Hz rate. Internal storage comes in at 32 or 64 GB, no microSD card slot is available. A headphone jack is located on the side of the unit, for a more immersive experience than the built-in stereo speakers. A 3DOF handset is included in the package, allowing interaction within virtualized environments.