HTC Vive Pro Eye and Vive Cosmos hands-on!

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36 thoughts on “HTC Vive Pro Eye and Vive Cosmos hands-on!

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  2. Cosmos is a TETHERED HMD not sure why people keep saying untethered they said specifically it was tethered.. what we didn't get clarification on is if it would also allow untethered via phone and be a hybrid of sorts.. seems to basically be a windows MR HMD with more cameras

  3. Come on I want a vive 2 that can take advantage of a computer so you would actually be able to run more powerful games :/

  4. What killed VR is the price, that made it so unappealing that developers do not want to take the risk and pay for the development (which is more expensive for VR titles) so they focus on traditional games, what further limits the games library thus making it less appealing.

  5. They need to release a android addition, like the phone without a screen, so even if it's more expensive they'll have a baked-in solution for Oculus Quest type usage.

  6. we hope it integrate <cloud Graphic process unit calculating> so we don't need to carry big graphic card with lots of power consumption thought

    (medicine bone X-ray photo ) , engineer bridge / tunnel / skyscraper construction plan , or another professional service likes legal advisor , stock

    exchange analysis , insurance professional advisor even

    political discussion or military simulator (red alert 3 or supreme commander )

    We hope that as the expensive price point this gadget is make in Switzerland or make in European country for hardware assembly , not make in (

    North West or North East part of P.R.C.)

    people republic of china that the worker only pay for three hundred – to four hundred united state of america dollar per month (work in 80-100 hrs per

    week ) by proxy taiwanese company,

    finally , how did the steam client detect the hardware we are using HMD( head mount display) if we ( the gamer) don't want to let the Valve

    corporation detect our privacy to watching XXX at midlight >_< ? imao joking la

  7. No pricing for Vive pro eye saying it's more for the business sector but probably still sell to consumers as an exuse the exact same thing with the Vive pro, to jack the price and make an exuse "well ofcorse it is expensive it's not meant for consumers, it's for business" shifting the attention off of them self to thier (to me) blatent money grab….. Mean while not even trying to make a high end (not portable stuff) vrhs for PC that is targeted to consumers.
    Just leave in us with the choice of the Vive that btw came out in April of 2016 or the over priced Vive pro
    I want to know the ratio of the regular Vive pro private end vs buissness end users. I highly doubt that even half Vive pro sales are from businesses

    (As a Vive owner) these are just my opinions, if I am missing something let me know. Otherwise, I will just sit here and wait for a vrhs that I can upgrade to that is not over a $1000 (I know that the Vive pro headset is $800 but the Vive launched for 800 as well and came with controllers and light houses)

    HTC is just making me sad 🙁

  8. Odd how they left out crucial details like the vive pro eye price or any real information about the Vive cosmos.

    It's almost like they want VR to die.

  9. Cool headset. Will it work for someone like me who wears glasses all the time though? Still waiting for the review of the Samsung tab s4.

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