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HTCVive PRO Is Announced For Truly Wireless VR

by Bill

The original Vive VR headset debuted almost two years ago, and now HTC is announcing the next generation Vive headset with a new Pro model that is completely wireless.

Along with the cordless capabilities comes HTC ‘s increase of native resolution on the dual-OLED displays by 78% to 2880 x 1600 (1400 x 1600 per eye, and 615 ppi) over the original Vive headsets. These specs are particularly important because they put the Vive Pro above and beyond the Oculus Rift or Windows Mixed Reality headsets on the market and prompt competitors to up the ante by pushing the limits of VR even harder.

Pricing and availability have been hush-hush so far, but the original Vive now sells for under $400 US and the Vive is heavily subsidized by a partnership with Valve, the world’s leading digital gaming company. So pricing shouldn’t be astronomical and adoption should increase rapidly as people adapt to a whole new era in digital media consumption.

The VR evolution includes 360 video capabilities, new potential for haptic forms of data security that require physical gestures and more. On the flip side, it presents hosting companies with new challenges to put through massive amounts of data more rapidly than ever, as even a slight lag can completely ruin the immersive experience.

NationalNet is well aware of this exciting new vertical and will keep our clients fully informed as we continue to strengthen our networks and offer the fastest most reliable servers available anywhere for clients pursuing the VR gold rush or any other kind of digital business goals into the future.

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