The best Meta Quest 2 accessories for 2024

The Logitech Chorus speakers is one of the best Meta Quest 2 accessories
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The best Meta Quest 2 accessories will certainly improve your experience with the aging headset. While the Quest 2 has been replaced by the Meta Quest 3 and no longer is our pick for the best VR headset, there are still plenty of people who own the popular standalone VR headset. And with a relatively affordable price of just $299, it doesn't look like it's going away any time soon despite some competition from the Quest 3.

These upgrades can give your Quest 2 a serious upgrade. Some improve how the headset feels while you're wearing it, while others make it easier to carry the headset around when it's not on your head. Every last one has been tested by us, so if it's on this list you know that we're sure it's worth the investment.

Ready to upgrade your VR experience? Then check out our picks below for the best Meta Quest 2 accessories you can buy today.

Written by
Jason England
Written by
Jason England

Jason England is the Managing Editor of Computing for Tom's Guide — covering all the latest in laptops, VR and AR tech!

The best Meta Quest 2 accessories you can buy today

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How we test the best Meta Quest 2 accessories

Each of these Meta Quest 2 accessories has been tested by a member of our team at Tom's Guide, several of which own and use the Meta Quest 2 in their personal life. We put each product through hours of testing, some even being tested for their ability to stand up to the elements. So rest assured each of these accessories has been put through its paces.

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