"HTC Vive: Meet the final consumer version"
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Mobile World Congress 2018
HTC Vive: Meet the final consumer version
Hello tech fans, we have a real treat here for you at [UNKNOWN] Barcelona.
We're taking a look at the final [UNKNOWN] version of [UNKNOWN] long awaited Vive [UNKNOWN] headset Since these spent a long time in development, its gone through many interactions so this is the final one consumers will actually be able to buy when these go out to pre-order in just a few days on the 29th of February.
Now Vibes is a little bit different to its rivals like Oculus Rift and Playstation VR in that it has these sensors that you position around the room.
You move around in real space, tackling the problem that we are facing in terms of how to move.
Not just your head, but your whole body around in virtual space.
So here, you can see everything that you will get if you buy the [UNKNOWN] as well as the headset.
You get of the wireless controllers.
You've got a link box connected to your PC, you've got some earbuds as well and two [UNKNOWN] stations.
After the delays, it's good news to see that the Vive is finally ready to go on sale.
What's less good news, however, is that it is very expensive.
This thing is going to cost $799.
Let us know what you think, whether you're excited about the Vive and for much more tech, go to CNET.com/nwc.
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