HTC announces Vive Flow glasses
HTC announces Vive Flow glasses

HTC has announced its latest virtual reality glasses called the Vive Flow, which wear like regular glasses and weigh just 189 grams.

Although HTC has not released any smartphones these days. However, the company continues to maintain its line of Vive virtual reality devices.

The company describes the glasses as a small, lightweight glass device that can take the wearer anywhere they want or need them, anytime and anywhere. Comfort and mobility are incorporated into the design so that people can find a moment of calm and luxury.

The glasses have built-in speakers and two microphones, echo and noise masking and Bluetooth audio support.

There is also 64 GB of RAM and 4 GB of RAM.

Dual screen with a resolution of 1600 x 1600 pixels, a refresh rate of 75 Hz and a field of view of 100 degrees.

The built-in fan draws air into your face and the hot air is expelled through the top vent.

These glasses are powered by a USB-C port, and the company has managed to reduce the power to 7.5W to make it easier to use a compatible smartphone or power bank to power the Vive Flow.

The glasses have a quick-change feature that allows you to change the power within 5 minutes.

There are adjustable focus lenses on each side of the strap so users can see clearly without using corrective lenses.

The company is also working to enhance the durability of the double hinge system. In addition to the two hinges that can be folded and stowed away, there is a second set of hinges that can accommodate different head sizes.

There are two front cameras that provide a scrolling video so that the wearer can understand the surrounding environment.

The company said it will add a feature later to allow these cameras to track hands as well.

HTC has a VR headset to relax in

Vive Flow has neither a remote nor a console, but it is connected to a smartphone and controlled via an app.

The application supports the use of a virtual remote control as a pointer or slider for the headset. It supports Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi and Miracast connections.

With the lifestyle-oriented features of these glasses, you can immerse yourself in an array of immersive experiences via the VIVEPORT App Store anytime, anywhere. Use your Android smartphone as a controller.

You can also connect wirelessly to your Android smartphone and stream content from the platform such as TV shows and movies. In addition, thanks to VIVE Sync, you can meet colleagues and friends in a realistic virtual environment.

The Vive Flow glasses are available for pre-order now for $499 and will ship in November. Pre-orders can also receive pregnancies and free VR content.

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