HTC Vive Flow Headset Leaked A Few Days Before Announcing Images

HTC Vive Flow Headset Leaked A Few Days Before Announcing Images
HTC Vive Flow Headset Leaked A Few Days Before Announcing Images

HTC is expected to release a new VR headset within a week, but you won’t have to wait until then to see what it looks like. Viv Flow’s photo collection has been politely directed online

launching the event. according to protocolVivFlow is a lightweight headphone developed under the “Hue” name for consumers. Prior to the Bluetooth SIG Consortium published documentation describing the Hue as an AIO (all-in-one) VR product, meaning the device could be a complete headset that doesn’t require a phone or needs to be connected to a PC to work.

With some access to gaming, the company wants to primarily build Viv Flow as a medium for media consumption. Its chipsets are less powerful than the Oculus Quest 2, protocol But it will have an independent six-note note, he says. Leaked images online show additional information about the device, a double-hinged system that ensures it fits most people, with a fast fashion pad, high-speed audio, adjustable lenses, and an active cooling system. After connecting your phone via Bluetooth, you can use your mobile device as a VR console and stream content to VR using Miracast technology.

Additionally, the images show that the Viv Flow will be available for pre-order from October 15, and shipped in early November. The headset will set you back $499, which is $200 more than the price of the Quest 2 version, and you’ll get seven free VR contents and a sponsorship case if you pre-order.

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