This morning, HTC announced the pricing details for it's new VR headset, the Vive Pro. The upgraded headset will cost $800 when it ships on April 5, with pre-orders starting today. Before you can even get excited, though, we have to ask: Is that way too expensive?
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The HTC Vive Pro virtual reality headset comes with two front-mounted stereoscopic cameras. They're mainly designed to stop you bumping into things, but could offer a new hand and controller-tracking solution.
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We sit down with an executive from HTC to talk all things Vive Pro -- the controllers, the headphones, and taking VR to the next level. We even touched on the future of the stand-alone Vive Focus, which hasn't been released in North America yet.
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Say hello to the Vive Pro. Building on the success of the original Vive headset, the Vive Pro promises to deliver unparalleled visuals with improved fit and finish. Let’s find out if it lives up to those lofty promises.
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