HTC Vive Focus, the company’s latest virtual reality headset was launched earlier this year in China. The enterprise edition is now coming to the Western markets. HTC will be selling the Vive Focus VR Headset in 37 new markets across Europe and North America. While the Vivo Focus will be costing $599 in the US, the enterprise edition with Advantage plans will be available starting from $749.
While the Vive Focus only supports 3DoF controller, the company will soon launch the developer edition with 6DoF controller support. The HTC Vive Focus work the same way as the Facebook’s Oculus Quest. However, HTC is promoting its VR headset as an enterprise product instead of a consumer product. It sports 3K (2880 x 1600 pixels) resolution AMOLED panel and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Mobile Platform.
Unlike the earlier launched Vive headsets, the Vive Focus doesn’t require to be connected to a computer. The company also claims the Vive Focus to give up to three hours of battery life. It also comes with inside-out tracking which takes out the task of putting sensors around the room. HTC also introduce a new feature called Vive Sync to make conference calls or meetings in VR. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!