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HTC VIVE Pro

HTC VIVE Pro
  • Field of View

    110°

  • Resolution

    1440 × 1600 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    90 Hz

  • Weight

    470 g

Description
Step into the future with HTC VIVE Pro. This PC VR system has a room-scale, 360 tracking with a 100+ degree field of view and an upgraded resolution to 1440 × 1600 px (per eye). With a 90Hz refresh rate and 0.5 millisecond latency you’ll enjoy some of the most immersive visuals ever experienced. The minimum CPU required is an Intel Core i5-4590 and the minimum graphics required is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060. A lightweight headset, integrated headphones, and intuitive touchpad ensure that you’re always in control.
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
50.8 x 101.6 x 203.2 mm
Weight
470 g
Other
Mini Display Port?
YES
Flip Visor?
YES
MicroSD?
YES
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
YES
Eye Tracking?
YES
IPD Adjustment?
YES
Front Camera?
YES
Cooling System
YES
Built in Microphone?
YES
MicroUSB?
No
Voice Command?
YES
Display Port?
YES
Battery Life
2.5 h
Positional Tracking?
YES
360 Tracking?
YES
Bluetooth?
YES
Built in Headphones?
YES
HDMI?
No
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
90 Hz
Display Type
AMOLED
Resolution
1440 × 1600 px (per eye)
Field of View
110°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
4 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel Core i5-4590
Min. Graphics Required
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
VIVE Pro
Country of Origin
Taiwan
Brand
HTC
Release Date
2018
Reviews of the HTC VIVE Pro
Rated 3.3 / 5 from 2 Reviews
The best VR headset for the ultra-discerning, financially well-off VR enthusiast
techradar.com
  • - 3.5
If you have both the financial and hardware resources for it, the HTC Vive Pro is a thing of beauty. It offers a higher resolution than the standard Vive and can take games from ‘good looking’ to ‘gorgeous’. Similarly, improvements to the weight distribution and the addition of the built-on earphones help the Pro sound - and feel – as good as it makes games look. But, all that said, when it doesn’t work as expected – or during the lengthy and problematic setup process – the Pro is a trial in troubleshooting skills.
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HTC’s Pro-grade headset is the most immersive VR system out there, and you probably shouldn’t buy it
wired.com
  • - 3
If you already own a big home with a dedicated VR room powered by a beast of a desktop PC, the $800 Vive Pro is a sound investment. Or maybe you’re a corporate bigwig considering VR as a way to improve employee training. In this scenario, Vive Pro is the right tool for the job, and the price probably doesn’t sound all that bad. But, the Pro is not what 99% of VR shoppers should buy. For everyone else, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the original HTC Vive. It’s $500 all-in, works with a wide variety of cheaper PCs, and gives you a very similar experience. The Vive Pro may be the new pinnacle for home VR, but it’s an expensive trek to reach this virtual summit.
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