HTC Vive Review

Posted on 26 August 2016 Tags: Crazy Gadgets, Entertainment, Feature, Seriously, WTF?

Virtual reality has made a great impact on the world and is the most awaited technology since decades. Consumers are eagerly waiting for VR devices to launch. Virtual reality is a technology that makes users feel in a virtual environment by using VR Glasses or headsets. HTC has proved its technology power by developing groundbreaking products and soon it will release its virtual reality gadget, known as HTC Vive.

HTC Vive is the direct rival to Facebook’s Oculus Rift and now both these products are on the verge of getting launched. It offers immersive amazing virtual 3D reality experience with sharp visuals, great motion control features and 360o sensor features that allows users to walk and roam in a virtual place .

The specifications are immaculate, with OLED Display with 2160 x 1200 resolution, 90Hz refresh rate, runs on Steam platform , 110o field of view , 15 by 15 feet track area, built-in audio, built-in Mic, official Steam VR controller or any PC compatible game pad, accelerometer, gyroscope, laser position sensor, front-facing camera , HDMI, USB 2.0 and USB 3.0.

Features and Design
HTC Vive looks like futuristic military gear. It’s comparatively big since it supports Smartphones up to 6 inches plus the design is a black smooth surface and comfortable headgear that doesn’t feel heavy or uncomfortable when wearing. The Velcro adjustable straps and padding on interior faceplate add to the comfort.

Vive is packed and featured with advanced VR immersion and superb graphics plus it’s more of a gaming device and would target gamers and consumers interested in VR Games. Vive has high-end hardware and its own exclusive Steam VR platform which would provide it an edge in the market. The core feature that makes Vive the best is its sensor systems that outperforms others products.

HTC Vive will soon be launched this year with a launching price of $800. Depending on the packages, it is worth buying for the revealed price as it is relatively lower than other products, plus HTC Smartphones and accessories already have a strong and loyal fan base.

Photo courtesy: HTC

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