Htc Vive VR Game Accessories

4/5 $20 - $2,199

Manufacturer:                     HTC
Screen:                               Dual AMOLED 3.6’’ diagonal
Resolution:                        1080 x 1200 pixels per eye (2160 x 1200 pixels combined)
Refresh rate:                      90 Hz
Field of view:                     110 degrees
Safety features:                 Chaperone play area boundaries and front-facing camera
Sensors:                             SteamVR Tracking, G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity
Connections:                     HDMI, USB 2.0, stereo 3.5 mm headphone jack, Power, Bluetooth
Input:                                  Integrated microphone
Eye Relief:                          Interpupillary distance and lens distance adjustment

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KESOTO Head Strap for HTC Vive Strap Cushion, Comfort Foam Pad Strap, Reduce Pressure (Black)

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Skywin VR Tripod Stand HTC Vive Compatible Sensor Stand and Base Station for Vive Sensors or Oculus Rift Constellation (2-Pack)

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HTC is well known for its amazing smartphone as HTC was the first company to release the first Android-based smartphone. But this time HTC comes with the new advancement in technology to compete with the Virtual Reality. As this time HTC decided not to compete with the smartphone so they launch a whole new concept of the headset to make the gaming experience like a reality.  HTC Vive VR Headset in Australia will be released in the mid of this month. The most expected release date of this amazing VR headset is 15th of April 2019.

With an angle of view of 110 °, the HTC Vive offers a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The screen is limited to a definition of 1200 × 1080 pixels for each eye, which amounts to a slab with a quality a little higher than Full HD. You will see the pixels. In terms of sensors, we can count on the presence of an accelerometer and a gyroscope. It comes with the various sensors. In terms of connectivity, the headset offers a jack, a USB port, and an HDMI. Lest have a look at the specifications of this headset and the controller that it comes with.

Headset Specifications:

  • Screen Size: Dual AMOLED 3.6’’ diagonal screen
  • Resolution: 1080 x 1200 pixels
  • Sensor: Steam VR Tracking, G-sensor, gyroscope, proximity
  • Connection: HDMI, USB 2.0,
  • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Yes
  • Bluetooth: Yes
  • Refresh Rate: 90Hz

Controller Specifications:

  • Sensor: Steam VR Tracking
  • Input: Multifunction trackpad, Grip buttons, dual-stage trigger, a System button, Menu button
  • Connection: Micro-USB charging port
  • Charging Time: Approx. 6 hours

Accessories included with this Headset

  • Headset
  • 1 face cushion
  • 1 nose rest
  • 2 wireless controllers
  • 2 base stations
  • 3-in-1 cable
  • Link box
  • Earbuds
  • Cables, chargers, and accessories

Features and Operating System

The HTC Vive works through Steam virtual reality for short VR operating system, edited by Valve. This time HTC targets the gamers and develop the best gaming VR headset so that they can have realistic gameplay. This is actually a variation of Steam, the famous online video game store, but completely revisited to be used on a display of HMD while offering only titles dedicated to being played in virtual reality. There are already very good games and gaming simulations, Thanks to compatibility with Unreal Engine 4 and Unity engines, and of course a whole lot of various applications including exclusives like Tilt Brush by Google.

The Vive Phone Service option is also integrated it is a Skype-like 360 °. The helmet also supports Lighthouse technology, still developed by Valve. This system allows the Five to make positional tracking, that is to say, to follow all the user's movements in real time to offer an even better 3D immersion. It also has the joysticks with the trackpad, buttons and triggers are also available in the kit, apart from that it also has 2 foam cushions Interchangeable circling the face and the reinforcements in the nose are present for comfort. The attachment of the helmet at the head is adjustable according to the size of your skull, just as it is possible to change the sharpness of the image with the dedicated wheel.

Display and Design

Let's start by looking at the headset itself, it is quite bulky and relatively heavy about 600 grams, against 500 grams. Its weight is also not ideally distributed, the front part being much larger. The set consists of a smooth and shiny black plastic that looks pretty solid. The finishes are good, everything is impeccably fixed and no unsightly screw does not spoil the aesthetics. Well, who cares about the weight when it comes to the game. The display of the sensors is so clear that the gamer might feel like he is in the game playing by itself.

Price

VR technology is getting more common these days. And for the gamers, it’s the really best product to enjoy the real life gaming experience. This HTC Vive VR headset will be available in America, the United Kingdom, and Australia. HTC Vive VR Headset price in Australia ranges from $400 - $600 AUD. You can place your pre-order from the below-mentioned stores.