The HTC, which is a Taiwan company finally brings their Vive Business Edition (BE) virtual reality headset in India. The difference between in the normal consumer virtual reality headset and HTC’s Vive BE is it designed for industry and commercial usage. The HTC Vive headset is set at the price of ₹ 1,26,990 in India and sold via commercial licensing and bulk purchasing options in the commercial market. It also offers 12months warranty and individuals can be purchased it from Amazon.in and Imol.in.
HTC Vive BE Business Edition Specifications
The HTC Vive BE Business Edition features 5 meters (16 foot) extension kit which gives it a total cable length of 10 meters for better flexibility, and space. The headset ket includes 3 interchangeable face cushions. Inside the VR headset, you will find the dual-AMOLED display configuration to usher your both eyes into the world of Virtual reality. The resolution of the display is 2160×1200 pixels.
HTC Vive uses the refreshing rate of up 90Hz, along with several other features like lens distance adjustment and 110-degree Field of View (FoV).
It uses Deluxe Audio Strap features integrated on-ear headphones and an adjustment dial in the back that makes the headset easy to switch between players.
The SteamVR Tracking of Vive enables you to create a tracked area where multiple people can work in VR.
If you talk about the connectivity option and sensors then it has followings:
- USB 2.0
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Micro-USB (Vive controller)
- SteamVR tracking
- Proximity sensor
The Box of the HTC Vive BE- Business Edition contains the following items:
- Vive BE Headset
- Vive BE Controllers x2
- Vive BE 3-in-1 Cable
- Vive BE Face Cushions x4
- Vive BE Base Stations x2
Mr. Faisal Siddiqui, President – South Asia at HTC said, “Vive BE is a part of our 2018 plan that helps our partners in India to grow and in reshaping the future of business operations by offering them a complete VR eco-system. Vive virtual technology can play an important role in different industry verticals like gaming, entertainment, automotive, engineering and medical amongst others.”
For more information about and order HTC Vive BE, visit www.vive.com
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