HTC Vive VR Delayed Until April

9 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

HTC Vive VR Delayed Until April.

HTC’s Vive VR headset, initially expected to hit shelves sometime this month, will instead reach consumers in April—more than a year after its debut. “We remain committed to delivering the HTC Vive to a broader group of content creators and partners, and remain focused on delivering the very best experience possible for a consumer release,” the company wrote in a blog post. Until April, HTC will be working with Valve and “many other innovative companies to create content that spans gaming, entertainment, medical, education and retail.” It will also host a developer conference in Beijing on Dec. 18, launch the second-generation HTC Vive Developer Kit at CES, and offer demos at the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, the Game Developers Conference, and Mobile World Congress in 2016. It boasts 360-degree head tracking and a 90Hz refresh rate, as well as built-in sensors that allow users to interact with real environments around them. During MWC in early March, HTC promised “high-quality graphics, 90-frames-per-second video, and incredible audio fidelity.” By early spring, the first Vive Developer Edition devices were handed out for free ahead of a planned 2015 consumer launch.

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