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HTC's Vive Pro offers resolution bump, wireless adapter, and better microphones

HTC's Vive Pro offers resolution bump, wireless adapter, and better microphones

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Rather than replace the Vive, HTC is offering the ability to go Pro. As one of the first major VR headsets to hit shelves, the hardware inside the HTC Vive isn't its most compelling feature anymore. The ecosystem HTC has built through partnerships with Steam and its own Viveport app store, combined with being able to boast the most accurate roomscale tracking system, has kept the Vive at the top of the heap so far. But with a barrage of Windows Mixed Reality headsets offering higher resolution for cheaper, HTC needed to step up its hardware game. That new headset is called the Vive Pro, and instead of replacing the original Vive it will exist as a "prosumer" option for people who want the best possible experience. These are the big, important changes you should care about: Resolution: The Vive Pro packs a 2880 x 1600 resolution display, offering 615ppi to eliminate Screen Door Effect. Dual cameras: The front of this headset now has a pair of cameras for developers to play i...