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These are actually VR glasses - Norwegian price revealed

These are actually VR glasses – Norwegian price revealed

This can actually work, seeing as how small these usual blocks of some once-traditional VR headsets are.

It weighs only 189 grams because it is connected to a mobile phone

Manufacturers have spent a lot of time figuring out how to make them as comfortable as possible while having to deal with the weight and size of different types of hangers.

These have access to about 100 different apps and games, so it’s not all from Viveport.

Cost 5999 kr – sent in november

$500 (it’s a lot more expensive in Norway, as you can see) the HTC Vive Flow tries to solve the problems by designing a pair that looks like it’s meant for a polar expedition.

HTC is also trying to free up a female customer base that hasn’t existed for many more game-heavy headphones than the “Mindfullness” often used in marketing:

It has built-in speakers, but not AR

The connection is a bit special, as it connects to an external nipple bundle (USB C) and also has a wireless connection to the mobile phone. Plus, HTC was smart because it used the mobile as a gesture device (but only with Android, oddly enough). It makes sense, because they sell it as portable, and you always have your cell phone with you.

The Vive Flow has a 75Hz refresh and 1600×1600 resolution per eye, both of which are slightly lower than the Quest 2. Thankfully, this screen has a 100° screen, which is up from 89° for the Quest 2.

Flow has a built-in cooling system so you don’t sweat around the eyes

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