The company Facebook has announced that its enterprise version of the Oculus Quest, which is sold for $ 1000 under platform Oculus for Business, now available for purchase by all companies.
In January, Facebook took his 3DOF headset Oculus Go with a business platform and instead began to offer Oculus Quest in a new initiative Oculus for Business. However, until now it was only in closed beta.
When a business buys Quest through the Oculus platform for Business for $ 1,000, he receives specially designed for their company the headset features focused on businesses such as the sample kiosk mode and two years of quality support by phone, chat or email.
Quests at the business issue have its own operating system that does not have access to conventional store Quest to download games and other content, based on the simple consumer. Instead, companies receive unique functions, such as configuring multiple devices, the ability to upload headset with its own content to run, and even remote access.
Configuring multiple devices should help to accelerate the companies at events and for internal use. Using a separate version of the Oculus mobile application, companies can simultaneously configure and update multiple headsets with the app as a Central hub.
When you use Oculus for Business user interface of the Quest is also different, posting approved content front and center, instead of having to download things or ask the store that is not designed for enterprise use cases.
At Facebook there are some details on the Oculus platform for Business blog on the website of Oculus and the Oculus page for Business.