The HTC Vive Flow headset, popped up yesterday with a big leak and arriving in November with a price of 499 dollars, weighs just 189 grams which are functional to a device designed for fitness and relaxation, between light gaming and virtual reality content of various kinds. But the low weight also depends on the fact that it needs an Android device to work and that it must be physically connected to a power source via USB-C, given the absence of a battery.
Lighter than some headphones, the HTC Vive Flow focuses on comfort from the shape similar to that of a pair of goggles to the distance of the lenses from the eyes, designed to make sure that even those with vision problems can see. properly without glasses. In addition, the consumption of just 7.5 W allows you to use a large number of devices to power it and is designed to ensure a high definition given the 1600 x 1600 pixel resolution screen for each lens.
Subordination to an Android device obviously limits the options for a headset that is certainly not meant for high-end VR gaming. But it is VIVEPORT store includes a lot of games and different applications, such as TRIPP, which offers meditation experiences, perfect for getting married with just such a viewer aiming to act as a virtual portable cinema, fitness tool, mental training tool with a lot of dedicated applications and a means to collaborate with friends or colleagues through VIVE Sync technology.
HTC Vive Flow data sheet
- Screen: 75 Hz with 1600 x 1600px resolution per lens (3.2K total)
- Visual width: 100 degrees
- Battery: swab
- Audio: 3D Spatial Audio
- Connectivity: Bluetooth, USB-C
- Cooling down: active
- Weight: 189 g
- Compatibility: Android
- Price: $ 499