The Oculus Quest 2 comes in two flavours: a base 64GB version that retails for £299, or, for £100 more, you can get a model with 256GB.
Getting a version with more on-board storage can feel like an important futureproofing option as VR content installation sizes balloon. And it seems that Facebook may feel the same, as the company is reportedly retiring the 64GB model, and replacing it with a version with a more generous 128GB.
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