At GDC 2018, HTC Vive announced that it will roll out the Vive focus to global markets later this year. Vive Focus is the first 6DOF stand-alone VR headset to be commercially available. The company is also making Vive Focus developer kits available to registered developers in most countries through the developer portal. Continue reading “HTC Vive Focus standalone VR headset rolls out globally”
HTC Vive today announced that it is launching the Vive Wireless Adapter that was introduced earlier this year. This frees Vive owners from the tether back to the PC and letting users experience the full potential of premium VR. It is compatible with both the Vive and Vive Pro. Continue reading “HTC Vive Wireless Adapter with support for up to three players goes on sale starting at $299.99”
Last year, HTC introduced its first virtual reality headset developed by HTC and Valve Corporation dubbed as Vive in an attempt to step into the Virtual Reality market. Today, the company has announced a price cut on the Vive by $200 that is now be available for $599 (approx Rs. 38,362). In India it still costs Rs. 92,990 on Amazon.in. Continue reading “HTC Vive VR headset price slashed to $599”
HTC unveiled its VR headset dubbed as Vive a few months back. While the HTC isn’t doing well in smartphone sales, it is now focusing more on VR content and even launched its own VR-developing unit called Vive studios. Continue reading “HTC launches its own app studio and VR game”
The highly anticipated HTC Vive VR headset will be going up for pre-order today at 10 AM Eastern Time which is 3 PM GMT. There will be a restriction of one unit per customers and the pricing of the Vive globally have been announced too.
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