This week during the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), HTC has generated some buzz by introducing new upgrades to its Vive Pro virtual reality headset, as well as unveiling the Vive Wireless Adaptor. For good measure, the Taiwanese tech giant has also decided to announce that it has overhauled its Viveport VR and Vive Video services.
Not too long ago, HTC was considered as one of the largest phone makers of Android powered mobile devices across the globe. Some even say that the brand was one of the pioneers, especially with past releases like the T-Mobile G1 (which is viewed by many as one of the earliest Android phones), and of course, the Nexus One, the first ever Google Nexus smartphone.
HTC may not have introduced a new flagship device during the recently concluded Mobile World Congress held in the city of Barcelona in Spain, but it has taken the opportunity to officially start welcoming preorders for the HTC Vive virtual reality (VR) headset. The Taiwanese mobile manufacturer is offering its Vive VR headset as a $799 bundle, which includes the headset itself, as well as a couple of wand controllers, a pair of room scale movement sensors, and a number of VR titles.
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