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HTC Vive wireless adapter officially unveiled

January 8, 2018 |

Along with the HTC Vive Pro announcement today, HTC’s Vive team also unveiled a wireless adapter for the original and new Vive Pro. The Vive wireless adapter uses Intel’s WiGig standard to deliver wireless videos and control feeds form the Vive to … Read More

HTC unveils the Vive Pro with high-resolution displays

January 8, 2018 |

HTC typically doesn’t have much of a presence at CES, but the company bucked that trend this year by announcing an updated version of the HTC Vive – the new Vive Pro. The new HMD doesn’t look much different from … Read More

Higher resolution HTC Vive may be announced on January 8

January 6, 2018 |

With the doors of CES scheduled to swing open on Tuesday morning, HTC released a vague teaser on Twitter which hints that an updated version of the HTC Vive will be unveiled. For now, the only real clue HTC has given … Read More

What we know about the HTC Vive Focus

September 25, 2017 |

Recently, the tech giant HTC released new information regarding their upcoming standalone Virtual Reality (VR) headset from the Vive series. This could mean that its completion may not be too far away. Here’s what we know so far.

Although the … Read More

HTC has a unique standalone Vive RV headset for China

July 31, 2017 |

Google announced that HTC would be building a standalone VR headset based on the Daydream VR platform at Google I/O a few months back, but it looks like HTC isn’t stopping there. The company has teased the launch of another standalone VR … Read More

HTC Vive gets a $50 discount on Amazon

June 29, 2017 |

HTC hasn’t announced a price drop for the HTC Vive, but Amazon has just cut the price of HTC’s VR platform by $50, bringing the price down to $749. We’re not sure how long this price cut will last, but … Read More

HTC announces 10-headset Vive bundle for classrooms

March 29, 2017 |

Virtual reality can be an incredible tool for educational purposes, but it’s hard to imagine schools would be willing to spend $799 on a single HTC Vive when then need dozens of units for an entire classroom to experience VR.

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