Published on August 10th, 2022 | by Adrian Gunning

Celebrate your Father this year with Meta

With Father’s Day just around the corner, check out these great gift ideas to make you Dad’s favourite.

Meta Quest 2 

The Quest 2 headset is Meta’s most advanced all-in-one VR system. It’s smaller and over 10% lighter than the original Quest for improved mobility and comfort. Every detail has been engineered to let you explore awe-inspiring games and experiences with unparalleled freedom: no PC or console required. Get the most out of each moment with blazing-fast performance. Stay focused with stunning visual clarity thanks to our highest-resolution display ever. Or take a break from the action and grab front-row seats to live concerts, exclusive events, and more. There’s no end in sight to what you can play, create, and discover with Quest 2.

Meta Quest 2 is available to purchase from the Meta store and Amazon.com.au. Prices start from $629.

Ray-Ban Stories 

Give dad some flair to his style with a pair of Ray-Ban Stories. In addition to an iconic design built with innovative technology, Ray-Ban Stories launches in conjunction with a companion app, Facebook View (iOS and Android).

Creating an easy way to import, edit and share content captured on the smart glasses, with the ability to upload on any social app stored on your phone:Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, TikTok, Snapchat, and more.

Ray-Ban Stories include a dual integrated 5MP camera to capture photo and video; discreet open-ear speakers to listen, and a three-microphone audio array to deliver rich voice and sound transmission for calls and videos. You can also find Ray-Ban Stories in a variety of other iconic styles such as the legendary, retro Round and the super iconic Meteor.

Ray-Ban Stories can be found at Meta store and ray-ban.com. Prices start at $443.

About the Author


Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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