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HTC VIVE

HTC VIVE
  • Field of View

    110°

  • Resolution

    1080 × 1200 px (per eye)

  • Refresh Rate

    90 Hz

  • Weight

    470 g

Description
HTC and Valve have teamed up to produce the HTC VIVE, a new virtual reality headset. The Vive is the first ever headset to offer a room-scale experience with 360 degree tracking. With a resolution of 1080 x 1200 per eye and 90Hz refresh rate equipped with 110° field of view, the Vive provides an extremely immersive VR experience while backed by high end technology. Compatible with both PCs and MACs, the VIVE offers an impressive headset.
Specification
Sizing
Dimensions
199 × 122 × 122 mm
Weight
470 g
Other
Mini Display Port?
No
Flip Visor?
YES
MicroSD?
YES
Lens to Eye Adjustment?
YES
IPD Adjustment?
YES
Front Camera?
YES
Cooling System
No
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?
No
HDMI?
YES
Wifi?
YES
USB?
YES
Usable with Glasses?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Refresh Rate
90 Hz
Display Type
OLED
Resolution
1080 × 1200 px (per eye)
Field of View
110°
Minimum Requirements
Min. RAM Required
4 GB
Min. CPU Required
Intel I5-4590 or AMD FX 8350
Min. Graphics Required
Nvidia GeForce™ GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon™ RX 480
Overview
Category
PC VR
Model Name
VIVE
Country of Origin
Taiwan
Brand
HTC
Release Date
2016
Reviews of the HTC VIVE
Rated 4.3 / 5 from 3 Reviews
The cost of true VR freedom
tomsguide.com
  • - 4
The HTC Vive delivers an unrivaled virtual-reality experience with crisp graphics, accurate room tracking and intuitive touch-enabled controllers, but you'll need lots of space.
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A few years since release, the HTC Vive still offers a fun experience, despite the advanced competition
techradar.com
  • - 5
Virtual reality might not yet be as popular as playing on a regular games console is, but more and more people are buying VR systems for their homes – or at least trying them out at a friend’s house. But that doesn’t mean to say that the original HTC Vive we’re reviewing here isn’t still a solid option for starting your VR journey – it’s just worth considering it’s a good few years older than some of the newer models entering the market.
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Some of the best ideas in VR, but not the best execution
theverge.com
  • - 4
In the end, there’s a good argument that the Vive’s ideal customers are neither makers nor players of games. Virtual reality has a long history in fields like architecture, industrial design, and military training, and the solid, no-nonsense Vive can replace older solutions like CAVE rooms at a fraction of the cost. Oculus has clearly thrown its weight behind VR film and gaming, but Valve and HTC have been more circumspect — they didn’t craft an entertainment ecosystem, they just showed up with some goggles and controllers and let people play with them. For now, at least, that’s turned out to be enough.
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