The Vive Pro is way at the high end of mass-market VR headsets – the Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR systems cost $399, for instance – but HTC aggressively courts businesses, not just individual consumers.
Pre-orders begin today, and shipping of the new headset will begin on April 5.
“What this does, with the higher pixel density, is give you the ability to read in VR”, HTC Vive general manager Daniel O’Brien told Polygon. The Vive launched two years ago, and while the entire VR market has evolved a bit slower than many enthusiasts were expecting, it’s clear that virtual reality is here to stay. “Whether you’re a VR enthusiast or new to the platform, there’s never been a better time to join the most complete VR platform available”. These improved graphics and audio allow for users to experience VR with enhanced clarity, making it the most realistic and immersive VR experience on the market today. For previous customers who already own that equipment, the Vive Pro will work with…
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