Despite the huge success of the HTC Vive headset in the US and many western countries, the standalone version of the VR headset called Vive Focus was launched only in China around a year back.
Today, the company announced that the HTC Vive Focus, will be available in 37 more markets, including the US where it’ll cost $600, which is $100 more than the regular HTC Vive that costs $500 in the same country.
There’s then an option called “Advanced” which brings the price to $750 along with a dedicated professional support for businesses.
The HTC Vive Focus headset itself is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, just like the recently launched Oculus Quest (selling at $400), it sports an AMOLED display with a resolution of 2,880 x 1,600px AMOLED and a 110-degree field of view, which is in line with more premium VR headset like the HTX Vive Pro.
Vive’s Focus then packs integrated speakers and a battery for 3 hours of autonomy.
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