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    Should Facebook have just called the Oculus Go the Facebook Go? [UPDATED]

    By now most of you have probably heard of the new mobile headsets forthcoming from Oculus, called Oculus Go. The more I think about it, the more it looks like this may be the breakout device for VR for the masses, as long as they sell them at big retailers, like Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon etc

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    The question is, who will buy this? Curious early adopters who like the reasonable price tag? People who want to take their social media game to a whole nother level? Or people who just want to experience VR gaming, who don't want to dish out the $$$ for systems like the Vive and PSVR, or who don't want to mess with the setup and wires?

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    The question is, who will buy this? Curious early adopters who like the reasonable price tag? People who want to take their social media game to a whole nother level? Or people who just want to experience VR gaming, who don't want to dish out the $$$ for systems like the Vive and PSVR, or who don't want to mess with the setup and wires?

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    Obviously the power isn't going to be great on this thing, but as a start it looks good. This thing looks refined. It looks finished. It looks like a product ready for the market. A premium product for the masses. So why not market it as the next 'generation' of gaming, a game console for your face? Start off with some basic graphics, and improve from there.

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    What do you guys think? Does Facebook, of all unlikely players, have a shot at joining the big 3 (Sony, MS, Nintendo). Should they market this thing games first, everything else second? Post below, poll incoming.

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