HTC is planning to unveil two Vive virtual reality headsets at its ViveCon 2021 conference that is occurring on May 11th and May 12th, as per Protocol.
While the original Vive and Vive Pro headsets were connected more with gaming, the high-end Vive Pro 2 and Vive Focus 3 Business Edition will allegedly be pointed toward the enterprise sector.
No specs or images of either headset have surfaced, so it’s hazy if both will be tethered headsets that require a PC to utilize or on the off chance that one will have an standalone, wire-free design to assume any semblance of the Oculus Quest 2.
The report from Protocol states that the two headsets were mentioned in HTC company documents and were likewise momentarily recorded on European e-commerce site Alzashop. Before those shop listings were brought down, the Vive Focus 3 Business Edition showed a €1,474 ($1,771) cost, and the Vive Pro 2 was recorded for €842 ($1,012), as per Protocol. The two headsets are reportedly launching at some point in May.
These headsets could be exciting in their own particular manners, however another device they are holding out desire to see at ViveCon is the fitness-focused Vive Air. Pictures a long time back showing an attractive standalone VR headset with a breathable fabric design, and it incited HTC to say that, sadly, it’s simply an idea. However, perhaps that is exactly what an organization attempting to minimize an energizing declaration would say, correct?
They will realize significantly more come May 11th at HTC’s VR conference, where the organization says it will make a debut “game-changing VR headsets” during the keynote.