HTC Announces Vive Pro 2 VR Headset with 5K Resolution Display, 120 Hz Refresh Rate

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HTC has announced the successor to its popular virtual reality headset, the Vive Pro. The Vive Pro 2 is a drastic improvement over the original thanks to its new 5K resolution display, which delivers 2.5K (2,448 x 2,448 pixels) to each eye (4,896 x 2,448 pixels combined), as well as a fluid refresh rate of 120 Hz and an FOV of up to 120 degrees. HTC’s Vive Pro 2 is also the first VR headset to feature Display Stream Compression technology for maximum visual fidelity. The headset-only Vive Pro 2 and full-kit Vive Pro 2 package (with Base Station 2.0 and Vive Controllers) are priced at $749 and $1,399, respectively.

VIVE Pro 2 has fine-adjustable inter-pupillary distance (IPD), evenly distributed weight balance, adjustable head strap, and a quick-adjustable sizing dial. Perfect for finding your personal preferences, and also sharing the experience with others. VIVE Pro 2 has 3D spatial sound with Hi-Res Audio Certified headphones, and supports third party headphones.

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