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    HTC launches Vive Flow VR headset, users will be able to connect with the virtual world.

    The use of Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) has increased rapidly and new devices related to them are also coming in the market. After Snapchat and Facebook, now the tech company HTC has entered the VR business. The Vive lineup of VR hardware has been announced by HTC and the company has come up with the first VR headsets under the name ‘Vive Flow’. With the help of these headsets, users will be able to access many features related to virtual reality.

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    Price of Headset

    HTC brought the Vive Flow VR Headsets with a lightweight design and weighs only 189 grams. They have been launched in a futuristic stylish design and can be easily worn like glasses. Talking about the design of the headset, it has been given big bug-shaped eyes and golden lenses are visible in front. The company has kept the price of compact VR headsets at $ 499 (about Rs 37,400).

    Headsets will get 64GB on-board memory

    Talking about the features of the HTC Vive Flow VR Headset, it has dual built-in speakers with audio output and dual microphones with echo and noise cancellation. Users get the support of Bluetooth audio in this device. Apart from this, it has 4GB of RAM for fast processing and 64GB of onboard storage is also available in the headset itself. The company is going to start its delivery from the month of November and its pre-orders have started.

    Features of Vive Flow VR headset

    The most important part of VR headsets is their display and HTC’s VR headset has a dual 1600x1600px display. This display comes with 75Hz refresh rate and gives 100 degree field of vision to the wearer. The headset also comes with a built-in fan, which blows out the hot air around the face and the top vent helps to keep the temperature low.

    USB-C connectivity has been provided in the new headsets and the company has power down it to 7.5W, which means it can be powered with the help of a compatible smartphone charger or power bank. In this wearable, the company has also given a feature called hot-swapping, with the help of which users will be given up to five minutes to switch the power source. HTC has also talked about the device’s strength and hinge system.

    There is no remote or controls provided with it to control HTC Vive Flow. This headset can be directly connected to the smartphone and controlled through the app. With the app, users get a virtual remote, which can be used to move the pointer in the headset or as a scroll pad. The device offers Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi and Miracast connectivity.

     

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