• Surprising nobody, the HTC Vive Flow is a $499 VR headset

    3 days ago - By Liliputing

    The HTC Vive Flow is a virtual reality headset that you can use as a standalone entertainment and gaming device, no computer required. It's up for pre-order today for $499 and ships in November.
    There's probably nothing particularly surprising about that, since many details were revealed in a series of leaks from Evan Blass earlier this week. But now that the Vive Flow is official, we're learning more about the specs, software, and target market for HTC's new entry-level VR hardware.
    First up, there's no skirting around the Vive Flow's unusual design: putting mirrored surfaces in front of...
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  • HTC VIVE Flow price, release date, specs in full

    HTC VIVE Flow price, release date, specs in full

    3 days ago - By SlashGear

    The HTC VIVE Flow is a VR headset made to take the virtual reality headset universe in a whole new direction. This device is meant to be carried around with the user during the day, and worn by the user anywhere they like - so long as they're sitting still or standing in an area free from danger. The HTC...
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  • HTC unveils its new $649 Vive Flow VR headset with immersive spatial audio

    HTC unveils its new $649 Vive Flow VR headset with immersive spatial audio

    3 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    At its annual Vive event, HTC launched the all-new HTC Vive Flow immersive glasses that it is touting as an all-in-one virtual reality headset not primarily for gaming but for meditation, relaxation, and to consume content.
    "We believe VIVE Flow can help everyone be more present, more mindful, and more relaxed," says Jeff Pohlman, HTC head of global communications.
    The new headset has a dual-hinge design and a snap-on face cushion for added comfort. It can be paired with an Android smartphone via Bluetooth, to use the latter as a three degrees of freedom controller or to stream content...
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  • HTC reveals the $499 Vive Flow, a tiny VR headset with some big tradeoffs

    HTC reveals the $499 Vive Flow, a tiny VR headset with some big tradeoffs

    3 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Today, HTC has revealed their latest consumer-focused headset, the $499 Vive Flow. It's designed for portability with a compact design and 189 gram weight, though there are some big caveats which I'll get to later.
    I had the chance to demo the headset in-person in San Francisco and my first impression of the device was around just how compact and well-designed the hardware appeared. HTC is embracing several hardware features designed around miniaturization that we haven't seen in other headsets. The “pancake” optics are thinner than what you'd see in any other commercially available...
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  • The $499 HTC Vive Flow is VR for people who don't like VR

    The $499 HTC Vive Flow is VR for people who don't like VR

    3 days ago - By The Verge

    HTC wants to find a new VR market - but what is it?
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  • HTC Vive Flow wants to be your portable VR escape glasses - CNET

    HTC Vive Flow wants to be your portable VR escape glasses - CNET

    3 days ago - By CNET

    The phone-connected $500 goggles arrive in November; phone VR is back, sort of. We tried them.
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  • HTC Vive Flow hands-on: A weird, compact VR headset for meditation and wellness

    HTC Vive Flow hands-on: A weird, compact VR headset for meditation and wellness

    3 days ago - By Digital Trends

    I went hands-on with the Vive Flow, HTC's quirky new VR headset geared toward meditation and wellness. Here are my impressions.
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  • HTC's new Vive Flow isn't the Oculus Quest 2 competitor we were hoping for

    HTC's new Vive Flow isn't the Oculus Quest 2 competitor we were hoping for

    3 days ago - By Android Central

    Lightweight, portable, and meant for relaxation.
    What you need to know
    The HTC Vive Flow are lightweight smart glasses that wirelessly connect to Android phones to stream content and apps.
    The new hardware focuses on meditation, brain training, business collaboration, and watching TV shows or movies than running demanding games or apps.
    Coming this November for $499 with preorders beginning today.
    HTC announced the new Vive Flow smart glasses at the company's Go with the Flow event on Thursday after teasing the hardware with pictures of its carrying case last month. The Vive Flow is not a...
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  • The HTC Vive Flow are immersive glasses designed to improve your wellbeing

    The HTC Vive Flow are immersive glasses designed to improve your wellbeing

    3 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    After several teases , HTC has revealed its latest VR offering in the form of the Vive Flow. A pair of portable immersive glasses designed to improve your wellbeing. Unlike HTC's other virtual reality devices , which usually require a powerful PC in order to run, the Vive Flow is intended to be accessible to a lot more people. These are compact, lightweight immersive glasses that are designed to be perfect to use anytime, anywhere to access relaxing content and ease the stresses of the day. The HTC Vive Flow has several intended uses, one is with meditation apps like TRIPP and mindfulness...
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  • HTC's Vive Flow is a $499 lightweight VR headset built for entertainment and wellness

    3 days ago - By Engadget

    HTC is today launching a lightweight headset designed to split the difference between a standalone VR headset and a personal cinema. The HTC Vive Flow is a pair of glasses weighing just 189 grams which pair with a smartphone to let you play some VR content or simply watch TV. It's marketed as both a piece of tech to keep you entertained and a device to help you improve your mental wellbeing. Naturally, the company doesn't want to talk too much about the technology inside Flow, preferring to focus on what it can do. What we do know, however, is that it has two “1.6K” displays running at a...
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