HTC is launching the VR headset in the very next month. The most exciting feature about it is that it is PC-powered. Its name is Vive Cosmos VR headset. This Cosmos headset does not need external sensors. Further, it implies fully tracked, motion controllers. This time, HTC has leveled up its LCD panels. It has a 2880 x 1700 resolution and even a 90Hz refreshing rate. Further, it has a 110-degree field-of-value.
HTC VR Headset’ Specs
These headsets also have flip-up goggles, a user can easily get a break from VR. He will not have to remove the headset. It is using inside-out tracking on the Cosmos. Furthermore, it also enables a user to have extra functionalities and customize the headset. HTC also gave a hint about the integration of Cosmos with the smartphone.
However, today, the company is releasing the External Tracking Mod. It allows the user to use Vive Cosmos with an existing Lighthouse base station. In this way, a user will get a 360-degree tracking and support for the Vive Tracker. Vive Wireless Adapter can also be connected to Cosmos.
Preorders and Price
HTC Vive Cosmos is the very first company to have a VR headset to get shipped with HTC’s latest system. The system is known as the Vive Reality system. The company has successfully developed a user interface dubbed lens. These lenses enable the users to track XR Viveport Infinity apps. Moreover, HTC is also gathering up yearly Viveport Infinity subscription. The VR headset will launch on 3rd October. Hence, people can place orders from 2nd October as well. The Cosmos will start its shipping from the launch date. It will cost around $700.