What if you want somewhere to proudly showcase your Oculus Quest 2 that also charges it? Well, that’s where Turtle Beach’s Meta Quest 2 Charging Station comes in. It acts not only as a dock, holding your headset and its controllers in all their glory when not in use, but it’ll also charge everything so it’s ready to go when you are.
The kit comes with a compact dock, along with replacement rechargeable battery packs for the controllers boasting up to 20 hours of use per charge and accompanying Oculus controller covers that make it compatible with the touch-charging points in the dock. That way, whenever your controllers are slotted into place, they’ll get charged up.
When it comes to the headset itself, Turtle Beach utilises supplies a MagSafe-esque USB-C cable for charging. You put the magnetic USB-C node into the side of the headset, and the cable magnetically snaps into place when held nearby. The beauty of this system is that you can simply lift the headset away, and the cable will disconnect without moving the stand. It’s a smooth experience, although the magnetic connection can sometimes be a little fiddly.
There’s a 6ft cable that comes with the stand, allowing you to place the charging dock wherever you’d like – the only downside is that it doesn’t come with a charging brick. You’ll have to supply one of those separately.
There’s built-in LED lighting that displays the current charge status of your headset and controllers, with a flat-to-full charge taking around 2.5 hours on average.
It’s worth noting that it’s compatible with both the standard and Elite headstraps, along with third-party headset straps like the BoboVR M2 Pro.