Facebook, in cooperation with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, voluntarily recalled the components that came with its latest VR headset.According to a Andrew Bosworth, head of Facebook Reality Labs, “a small part” Mission 2 After using each Quest 2 headset and the removable foam face insert included with the Fit Pack, the owner experienced some level of skin irritation.
Bosworth said that Facebook reviewed its manufacturing process and found no accidental or dangerous contaminants in the insert. Nevertheless, out of the desire to create a “safe and unbelievable experience” for everyone, the company is launching a new type of silicone sleeve suitable for components. Regardless of whether there is a problem with your plug-in, you can ask Facebook to send you a silicone sleeve for free.To do this, go to your “My Device” section Then click the dedicated button there.
Facebook also temporarily halted Oculus Quest sales, and at the same time it worked with distributors to add silicone sleeves to each Quest 2 package. The company expects this headset to be back on shelves on August 24. As part of today’s recall, Facebook also launched a new 128GB version of Oculus Quest 2. It will replace the existing 64GB model and will have the same $299 price tag as its predecessor. The 128GB model will go on sale on August 24, the same day the company plans to restart sales of Quest 2.
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