Pick up Vive’s latest professional-grade PC VR device along with two base stations and a pair of Vive controllers.
This June saw the release of the HTC Vive Pro 2, the company’s latest professional-grade PC VR device. The headset features a variety of exciting improvements over its 2018 predecessor, including an improved resolution and refresh rate, 3D spatial audio, and a wider field of view. Using the aforementioned technology, the Vive Pro 2 does away with the dreaded screendoor effect, resulting in crystal-clear visuals.
Today, HTC Vive announced the Vive Pro 2 Full Kit, a new bundle featuring everything you need to get started on your PC VR adventure. In addition to the Vive Pro 2 headset, the bundle includes two SteamVR 2.0 base stations and two Vive motion controllers for $1,399 (United States), $1,849 (Canada), and £1,299 in the UK.
Pre-orders for the Full Kit are live now in the United States via vive.com with the first bundles expected to ship mid-October. The Full Kit will also be available for purchase from major retailers.
We reviewed the Vive Pro 2 this past June and were impressed by the incredible visual fidelity and comfortable design. Next to the Valve Index, the Vive Pro 2 is arguably the most impressive piece of PC VR hardware currently available to the public. It’s also one of the most expensive. The Valve Index Full Kit, for instance, costs $999 for the headset, base stations, and Vive controllers; that’s $400 less than the HTC Vive Pro 2 Full Kit. But again: you’re paying for quality.
You can pre-order the HTC Vive Pro 2 Full Kit now for $1,399 over atvive.com.
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