The Meta Quest 2 requires many accessories to make the most of its experience. However, the Meta Quest Pro, at $1,500, doesn’t need any mods. Instead, it comes with several handy accessories. You may still want some Quest Pro accessories depending on your intended use.
The headset is expensive enough that we aren’t going to attempt to sell it. Let’s find out what’s in your box, and what accessories are included with it.
Detachable stylus tip and the Quest Pro controllers are essential bundled accessories for the Meta Quest Pro. They measure 130x70x62mm (5.1×2.75×2.4inches) and power three different tracking cameras. These Pro controllers will never loose their position, even though the Oculus touch controllers can be tracked in areas above or below your head.
TruTouch Haptics is an enhanced feature that makes it feel as if you are actually touching virtual objects, or even writing on virtual dashboards. They are our favorite VR controllers. You can use them with the Quest 2 as well, but they will have to be purchased separately at $300.
Magnetically attached to the headset’s sides, the Quest Pro comes with a facial interface that blocks some light. You can use the Quest Pro with no obstructions. Nick Sutrich, our tester said that he was more confident in his actions when using mixed-reality apps without blocking because he could see all of the room and potential trip hazards. These partial blockers are great for keeping you focused if you work at your desk.
The Quest Pro also comes with a 45W USB–C charging dock. Both the headset and controllers with rechargeable batteries have a two-hour battery estimate — though you can make the controllers last longer if needed — before you’ll need to seat them on the dock.
Quest Pro Accessories: The Best Available Today
Meta Quest Pro light blocking device
While the Quest Pro might have more RAM and performance than its Quest 2 counterpart, it will still not allow you to fully enjoy your VR library without using the rubberized blockers. Nick Sutrich from Quest Pro says “the Quest Pro feels great.” It is lightweight, easy to use, provides excellent clarity, clear lenses, with no sweet spot and good overall resolution.
Meta Quest Pro Incase Carrying Case
Quest Pro’s official case is made of high-quality nylon and has an EVA exterior shell (compression-molded EVA) that can withstand travel damage. The interior is custom-formed with faux fur lining and has slip pockets for accessories organization.
Meta Quest Pro VR Earphones
You can’t use standard headphones with the Quest Pro. This VR Earphones can be used with standard headphones. They are two different buds that plug into the headset. The exact length of each of these VR Earphones will reach your ears and not dangle. These headphones have dual drivers that provide a wide dynamic range and passive noise cancelling to help you stay focused.
Meta Quest Pro Compact Charging Dock
You will receive a UPA 45W Universal Power Adapter for charging your devices. A charging dock to hold your Quest Pro controllers and a 25cm USB C charger cable, which plugs directly into the Quest Pro (or Quest 2). For travel, it will fit easily into your Incase Carrying Case.
Quest2 official Link Cable
This 16-foot USB C cable, rated at 5Gbps and rated for safe use while working from a desk is if you are unsure about your router’s ability to provide a reliable wireless connection. You can use it to keep your headset charged longer and allow you to work more comfortably in the headset.
ASUS ROG Rapture GT–AXE11000
The ROG Rapture GT–AXE11000 is our top choice for Wi-Fi 6E router. It can reach 4804Mbps at 6GHz, and also has tons of ports to provide a wired connection. The Quest Pro supports Wi-Fi 6E connectivity so you will want the best router.
What Quest Pro accessories do you need?
You will need the Meta Quest Pro if your Quest Pro intends to be used for VR gaming and mixed reality. Total Light Blocker. A partial blocker at the bottom of the box allows light to enter and makes immersion difficult. Nick Sutrich, our test subject said it caused smooth locomotion that was disorienting in a world that doesn’t interact with virtual reality.
The next step is to May Need a Quest Pro case? The Pro is a hybrid computer/office in one. If you are working remotely, it can be stored on the dock. If you have to transport your Quest Pro to conferences or keep it safe from pets or accidents, this is the right option. The Incase Carry Bag This is the official case as of launch.
The 45W dock is too bulky to be carried with your Quest Pro when you travel. You’ll need to have the following items: Meta Quest Pro Compact Charging DockIt is the exact name of its function. The charger can be used to charge both Quest Pro controllers, and any Meta Quest headset equipped with a USB connection.
The Quest Pro speakers offer a more “detailed sound experience than the Quest 2”, and a better “immediately evident upgrade” [and] You may want to hear the “palpable bass” if you are in an office setting and do not wish to disturb anyone. Two 3.5mm audio connectors are used by the Quest Pro. You will need one for each side. VR headsets official You should choose standard headphones over them.
The Quest Pro can wirelessly connect to your computer via Wi-Fi 6E. Cable link You can also use a Link cable to get a reliable, dedicated connection.
An alternative face cover or strap like the Quest 2 is not something you will need. It is impossible to remove the default halo-style sling, however it is extremely comfortable and simple to adjust. It’s also very comfortable. You can wear glasses comfortably without the need for a spacer because you can adjust the distance between the lens and your face with the strap.