Meta today announced a restructuring of pricing for its popular virtual reality headset lineup. The 256GB version of Quest 2 will now be $430, and the enthusiast-grade standalone, Meta Quest Pro will come at a reduced rate of $1,000. This comes just days after an internal report leaked that revealed plans to release several more models over the next few years which may include the ‘Ventura,’ targeted at consumers in 2024 with a slightly more expensive Quest 3 in 2023.
This price adjustment is likely to make it easier for existing owners of users wanting to upgrade their headsets quickly if they are priced out from buying the newer versions that are expected later this year. It also serves as an incentive to purchasing devices on the higher end prior to releasing pricier models like Quest 3.
Overall, by bringing down prices across different device tiers based on market conditions and customer feedback, Meta appears poised great success ahead with these new products and features poised for potential success given consumer demand for immersion into virtual realities than ever before!
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