|Compatible Devices||Personal Computer|
|Data Transfer Rate||5 Gigabits Per Second|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Item model number||olc16ft|
|Product Dimensions||500 x 0.3 x 0.3 cm; 200 Grams|
Quest Link Cable 16ft, VOKOO Oculus Quest Link Cable, High Speed Data Transfer & Fast Charging USB C Cable Compatible for Oculus Quest Headset and Gaming PC
|Compatible devices||Personal Computer|
|Data transfer rate||5 Gigabits Per Second|
About this item
- OCULUS LINK CABLE - Oculus Link connects Oculus Quest headset to a gaming PC so you can play a wide range of Oculus Rift apps and games. It is compatible with Oculus Quest and Quest 2.
- 16FT LENGTH - The ergonomic design reaches 16 feet, providing a best-in-class experience with flexible, lightweight durability.
- USB 3.2 GEN 1 - Data transfer rate up to 5Gbps, which allows it connects Oculus Link Program with no lag. Please make sure to plug it into USB 3.0 slot on the motherboard or GPU to ensure optimal performance.
- 90 DEGREE ANGLE - USB C 90 Degree Angle End so it doesn't stick out & is easy to use with the Quest VR headset.
- WHAT YOU GET: VOKOO PC link cable 16FT compatible with Oculus quest, our worry-free WARRANTY and friendly customer service.
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Quest and Quest 2 Compatible
It allows you to connect the Quest/Quest 2 to a PC and play VR games that require higher graphics power on your PC. It basically turns the Quest into an Oculus Rift. This way you can play both standalone and PC VR games.
Plenty of Room - 16ft
This oculus quest link cable is made for Oculus Quest and Quest 2 VR headsets. It reaches 10 feet (3M), providing good experience with flexible, lightweight durability.
USB 3.2 Gen 1 - No Lag
Oculus Link Virtual Reality Headset Cable for Quest and Gaming PC, USB C to USB 3.2. Transfer data to and from all your USB-C devices at speeds of up to 5 Gbps. It turns quest into Rift S with amazing zero lag graphics.
Streaming & Charging
The oculus link support usb c to usb a 3.0 and be able to stream the VR game and charge your headset at the same time.
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By J. Bouchard on November 19, 2020
To start off, finding a working USB 3 port is tricky. One day a port will work, the next day it won't and you need to switch to another port. This wouldn't be a problem if video quality stayed the same across ports. From time to time, I'll get a black screen and that means it's time to switch ports.
The video quality is okay. Definitely blurrier than running games from the Quest, but still not terrible. Every now and then I'll get a screen ripple and sometimes in much more demanding games it'll lag (mostly right when you don't want it to lag.) But overall it has kept steady graphics through most games.
All in all, it isn't the best cable, but it does work. If you're new to VR and really have that burning desire to use your Quest for PCVR, then this might be the wallet friendly cable for you.
BONUS that this cable also charges the quest while playing, so you don't have to worry about the battery running low. This cable is a much cheaper alternative to the official link cable (which is always sold out anyways).
Only complaint is 10 ft length can feel like a short leash in some games, especially when turning as I'm used to the freedom of the Quest. I would go for a longer cable next time.
Top reviews from other countries
It seemed like a good, sturdy cable and it worked perfectly for 10 days.
Then it started dropping connection if I moved my head even slightly and reconnecting.
Sometimes would not reconnect. I plugged in the cable that I got with the Quest and it worked fine.
(Oculus changed the firmware to allow the USB 2 cable supplied with the Quest to work).
I hadn't abused the cable in any way so I don't know why it would just stop working like this
Sidenote: For people who are buying this to use with the Quest, it also comes with a velcro strap already attached to the cable which allows you to strap it to the side of the headset. This means that it's out of the way and doesn't get irritating whilst you are playing. Furthermore it's powerful enough to charge the headset whilst playing so you absolutely never have to worry about it running out in the middle of your session.
I suspect people are having issues with the USB ports on their PC end rather than the cable itself. Usb 3 requires all 9 contacts to be connected so clean your ports. And it helps to have a decent onboard USB3 controller as well. I use a Asus Rog Maximus IX formula paired with a i7 7700k. The cable worked first time with no issue.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 22, 2021