People that stacked Oculus Quest
Insane - $300 device is portable w/ everything in the headset [and cloud]. It was sold out during the pandemic. With a viral app or two to get trending even more alongside a drop to $200-ish...VR could be mainstream. I use this for work too. Immersible's virtual desktop.
Bought an Oculus Quest after the positive reviews for it, here on YourStack. You have incredible freedom using it, as it's completely wireless and got an in-built PC. It's admittedly heavy on the face it's a lot of fun to use and truly immersive!
Wireless, roomscale VR without "lighthouse" sensors is a game-changer. Factor in their Link option, which lets you plug it into your PC for more graphics-intensive games, and Quest is the clear best VR option for most people (hardcore flight/car sim people prob want an Index).