HTC announced the upgraded Vive Focus Plus VR headset a month ago but missed some crucial details: where it’s coming and how much it costs.
Fortunately, the company just released more details about the Vive Focus Plus features and availability.
The VR headset will be showing up on April 15th on Vive’s website for $799 and will be available in 25 countries and with support for 19 languages, so most buyers will find the option they want.
HTC says that the new fresnel lenses are “designed to meet the need of enterprise customers,” providing crisper visuals and reducing screen door effect.
“With the newly added dual 6DoF controllers, increased comfort for extended VR sessions, and enhanced optics, Vive Focus Plus users can blur the lines between reality and virtual reality,” says HTC.
Now let’s look at the full Vive Focus Plus specs, the most important aspect.
- Display: 3K AMOLED (2880×1600)
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon™835
- Audio: Built-in Speaker
- Tracking: Inside-Out
- Frame Rate: 75Hz
- Field of View: 110-degrees
- Battery: 4000 mAh
- Controller: 6DoF
- Data Connectivity: Wi-Fi® 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
- Memory (RAM/ROM): 4/32 GB
- Connector: USB Type-C
- Charging: QC3.0
- Encryption: File-based (same security as Android Smartphone)
The company also added that the product will include a free enterprise license.
At launch, Vive Focus Plus buyers will have access to almost 250 Vive Wave native apps. That’s not to mention access to the subscription-based Viveport Infinity Wave, which features over 70 apps.
One other thing HTC couldn’t skip is of course 5G, the hottest topic of the year.
“With the newly released Insta360 EVO dual-mode 180/360 camera, designed for Vive Wave platform, users of Vive Focus or any