Here’s a first look at HTC’s VR Vive Flow headset

Here’s a first look at HTC’s VR Vive Flow headset
Here’s a first look at HTC’s VR Vive Flow headset

HTC unveiled its new “Vive Flow” VR glasses on Tuesday, which are expected to be officially unveiled on October 14. However, the famous leaker Evan Blass (

exclusive marketing photos of the product on Twitter ahead of the official HTC event.

While the images do not give us any details about the technical specifications, they do give a glimpse of what to expect from the device. The design isn’t quite low-key with the big lenses, but that’s not surprising since we’re talking about a VR device, which requires more space for components.

HTC says the speaker supports “power focus up to -6.0D” and appears to have a small fan as part of the cooling system. Another photo shows that the device is compact enough to fit in a backpack, and almost all photos show that it is connected with a cable. It is not known if the headset is connected to another device or to a charging case.

According to recent leaks (via the edge), HTC Vive Flow will be a standalone device, which means that it will not require connection to a smartphone or computer. The report also states that users will be able to create their own 3D avatar to explore a variety of events, including the NFT Showroom.

Many companies have invested in AR/VR hardware, such as Facebook and even Apple, which will announce its mixed reality headset by 2024. The headset from Apple is expected to have 4,000 DPI screens and advanced LiDAR scanners built in. The price can reach up to 3000 dollars.

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