Normally when you see a "2" in a product name, it's a direct replacement for what came prior. Oculus' Quest 2 is more than that. Inside its lighter, redesigned all-in-one form factor sits Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR2, offering higher AI capability and 6GB of RAM. This, along with a new display offering 50% more pixels (1832 x 1920 pixels per eye), means even more realistic visuals. It ships with new Touch controllers and has both built-in hand-tracking and a built-in IPD adjustment mechanism. The resulting product outpaces both the refresh rate and resolution of the hardwired Rift S; as a result, the Quest 2 is a replacement for both the original Quest and Oculus' PC VR solution (via a high-speed cable), and the company will focus solely on standalone VR headsets moving forward.