My understanding is Oculus has stopped producing the Rift-S (although it can still be purchased). Therefore it would seem prudent to purchase the newest Quest 2 so long as it can function similarly to the Rift-S in tethered mode using Oculus Link and hopefully in wireless mode using Oculus Link Air. Can someone confirm the previous functionality statement? I do not want to have to purchase an additional app to make it work.
As best I can tell both Oculus Link and Oculus Link Air are a part of the available software that comes with the purchase of the Oculus Quest 2. Given the connection to Enscape is direct streamed from the connected PC, does it matter how much memory the unit has? Other posts have stated Enscape files cannot be loaded directly into the headset's memory. Is there any point in buying the 256gb version over the 128gb version for use with Enscape?
Should I be considering an HTC Vive/Pro or Samsung Odyssey instead? I was hoping to avoid a tether to the PC.
Also, consider this my plea to Enscape to test the Oculus Quest 2 with Enscape and provide some clear guidelines for use.