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The Oculus Quest 2 is great, but these accessories make it even better

The Oculus Quest 2 is lighter, more comfortable, and more powerful than the original Oculus Quest. Facebook refined its design to be more comfortable on your head and in your hands, but that doesn't mean you can't improve it even further with some of the best Oculus Quest accessories. From headphones built specifically for the Quest 2 to a device to let you cast your Quest 2 to a TV, these are the best Oculus Quest 2 accessories. You can order the Oculus Quest 2 now.

Strap it up

Quest 2 Elite Strap

Staff Pick

The Quest 2 Elite Strap replaces the standard strap that ships with the headset. The Elite Strap is more ergonomic and has a fit wheel that lets you twist the headset to a nice, snug fit.

$49 at Amazon $49 at Best Buy $49 at Walmart

In-ear for the next gen

Logitech G333 VR gaming earphones

Logitech and Facebook worked together to create these in-ear headphones. The cables are just the right length to work with the headset, and they have dedicated audio drivers for highs, mids, and bass to immerse you into your apps and games.

$50 at Amazon $50 at Best Buy $50 at Logitech

Over ear for the next gen

Logitech G PRO Gaming Headset

Facebook and Logitech also worked together to make these over-ear headphones. They also have a cable that's just the right length to work with the Oculus Quest 2, and they have a memory foam headband and earpads for all-day comfort.

$100 at Logitech

Keep it protected

Oculus Quest 2 Carrying Case

This case will cradle the Oculus Quest 2 headset and its Touch Controllers, making it easy to carry around without it being exposed to the world while on the go.

$49 at Amazon $49 at Best Buy $49 at Walmart

Go for the combo

Quest 2 Elite Strap with Battery and Carrying Case

This combo pack is the only way to get an Elite Strap with a battery pack built right in. It also comes with a case to keep your headset and Touch Controllers protected.

$129 at Best Buy $129 at Verizon

Get the right fit

Quest 2 Fit Pack

This kit includes light blockers to prevent light from coming in around your nose and different facial interfaces to get just the right fit with your headset.

$39 at Best Buy $39 at Walmart

Play PCVR

Oculus Link Cable

With this cable, you can play PCVR games on your Oculus Quest. It's 16 feet long, making it easy to connect to your gaming PC.

$78 at Amazon $79 at Best Buy $78 At Walmart

Living room champ

Chromecast with Google TV

The fourth generation of the Google Chromecast is a huge upgrade over its predecessor's thanks to the new Google TV interface, 4K support, and a well-designed remote for an impressively low price. It's also a nice way to cast your Oculus Quest 2 or Oculus Quest to a TV.

$50 at Best Buy $50 at Walmart $50 at Google

Play all day

Energizer Rechargeable batteries - AA and AAA

Both Touch Controllers for the Oculus Quest 2 need a AA battery. It's an awful feeling when you want to play on your VR headset and have to fiddle around to find batteries with juice. These rechargeable batteries make it easy to play all day long.

$19 at Amazon $24 at Best Buy $19 at Walmart

Keep it clean

MagicFiber Microfiber cloths - 6 pack

The Oculus Quest 2 has an impressive 90Hz display, but that doesn't mean much if it's covered in sweat and grime. These microfiber cloths make it easy to keep your Oculus Quest 2 clean and can also tidy up your smartphone and other devices.

$8 at Amazon

Stay connected

Anker USB-C to USB 3.0 cable

The Oculus Quest 2's USB-C port can be used for charging the headset from a wall outlet, but it can also work with a battery pack. This cable from Anker makes it easy to connect your Oculus Quest 2 to power bricks and banks that use USB-A. It's also handy for connecting your headset to a computer to transfer files.

$11 at Amazon

Under control

KIWI design Silicone Grip Cover for Oculus Quest 2

Sometimes when playing a game on the Oculus Quest 2, things can get pretty intense. So, adding a bit of grip and adjustable straps with this option from KIWI to your controllers can help you hang on better and possibly save a controller from flying out of your hand.

$24 at Amazon

If we're making some suggestions

The Oculus Quest 2 provides an excellent experience on its own, but the best Oculus Quest 2 accessories in this collection help make it even better. The Quest 2 Elite Strap will make your headset more comfortable. It has a wheel that lets you easily adjust the strap, and it has a more ergonomic design than the one that ships with the Quest 2.

If you have a gaming PC, an Oculus Link Cable is a must-have accessory for the Oculus Quest 2. It allows you to play PCVR on your Oculus Quest 2 and its 90Hz display.

The Oculus Quest 2 often lets a little bit of light in around the nose gap. You can close that up with the Quest 2 Fit Pack, which comes with light blockers and different facial interfaces to get your Quest 2 to fit your face well.



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