HTC VR Gaming is quite popular around the world, and a major amount of HTC’s revenue comes from the VR gaming only. Last year, HTC announced the Vive Focus as its first standalone VR headset for the markets in China. Now, the company is expanding the availability of this product to the worldwide market, to revive its global market share.
The HTC Vive focus sets you back at $600 for the regular version in the US. With that said, the headset will ship in 37 countries along with c. The Vive Focus Advantage service will cost you more at $750, but it is aimed at the professionals only. Remember that the regular Vive for PC is $500.
The Vice focus comes along with dated internals, but the Snapdragon 835 is enough to do most of the tasks efficiently. The 2,880 x 1,600px AMOLED screen offers an identical resolution to the all-new Oculus Quest that starts at $400 only. This screen offers a 110° field of view, just like the pro-grade Vive Pro.
Rest, the Vive Focus comes along with built-in speakers along with 3 hours of wire-free virtual experience. The app development on the Vive Focus supports the Vive Wave VR SDK, to ensure the Apps portability.