After originally launching in China back in January 2018 HTC has today announced during its San Francisco media presentation that the HTC Vive Focus standalone virtual reality headset is now available 37 markets, including North America and Europe.
HTC is making two versions available in the form of the Vive Focus and Vive Focus “Advantage” with the Advantage offering a professional services program tailored towards commercial licensing dedicated support, and service utilities for hardware support.
The standard HTC Vive Focus stand-alone headset is priced at $599 while the Vive Focus Advantage starts at $750. Both are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 processor and offer resolutions of 1,600 × 1,440 pixels from each OLED display lens, 6DOF headset tracking, IPD adjustment, and a single 3DOF controller.
Specifications of the HTC Vive Focus :
– Tracking technology and sensors offering World-Scale tracking (inside-out 6-degree-of-freedom), 9-axis sensors, proximity sensor
– 3K AMOLED Display , resolution 2880 x 1600
– Refresh rate 75 Hz
– FOV 110 degrees
– Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon™ 835
– MicroSD slot,up to 2TB MicroSD external memory
– USB Type-C connectivity
– Audio input/output: Built-in microphones, built-in speakers, 3.5mm stereo audio jack
– Wireless: Wi-Fi n802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, support to transmit contents to Miracast compatible devices
– Built-in rechargeable battery, QC3.0 fast charging, up to 3 hours of active use time
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