VR Cowl Introduces Oculus Quest 2 Carry Case & HP Reverb G2 Silicone Cowl – VRFocus

Since the headset was launched in October 2020, VR Cover’s offering has become a one-stop-shop for all of your Oculus Quest 2 accessory needs. The company has now expanded its product range to include a carrying case and introduced the first HP Reverb G2 accessory.

The $ 29 version of VR Cover offers an alternative to the official Oculus carrying case for £ 49 that fits the headset – with or without the Elite Strap – and both controllers. It offers space for the headset and the controllers with zip pockets for additional storage space. However, it does not match the Elite Belt or Elite Belt with Battery.

On the positive side, it offers space for VR cover accessories such as the facial interface and foam replacement set. There is also a short handle and an adjustable shoulder strap supplied for easy transport. Currently, the VR Cover Carrying Case for Oculus Quest 2 is only available in North America.

And for those of you who own a new HP Reverb G2, the VR Cover silicone case is now available in North America. Retailing for $ 14, is made from the same medical grade silicone that is non-oiled and hypoallergenic as the other headset versions. However, it is only available in one color. The cover fits perfectly around the face mask, ideal when you want to avoid the wear and tear or enjoy energetic fitness tracks that will make you sweat.

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VR Cover has not indicated when these items will be available in other areas, but expects it to be sooner rather than later. For example, the new Oculus Quest 2 Controller Grips and Halo Protectors arrived in North America earlier this year, followed by a global launch a week later.

Oculus Quest owners can look forward to this week as Facebook announces its v25 software update. This adds App Lab, a new distribution path for developers to bring their products to the headset. Plus Messenger is provided for those who are linked to their Facebook account. Read on for the latest VR Cover updates VRFocus.

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