VIVE Pro 2 with 5K resolution display; Launches June 4 for $ 799

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Yesterday, HTC announced the VIVE Pro 2 during the digital VIVECON 2021 event. The new edition of the Virtual Reality headset will be available from June 4 for $ 799, but if you sign up for the newsletter and pre-order before May 31, you will get a $ 50 coupon, which reduces the price to $ 749 By the way, that’s without the controllers and lighthouses to track, although the purchase does come with a two-month membership to the VIVEPort Infinity subscription service.

As for the specs, the VIVE Pro 2 touts ‘5K resolution’, that is, 4896×2448 pixels (2448×2448 per eye). This is significantly higher than rumored PlayStation VR 2 headset specifications, although Sony’s target price will likely be much lower.

The VIVE Pro 2 also has a slightly improved field of view (although still lower than the Valve Index’s 130 ° or the even wider FoV enabled by Pimax headsets) and refresh rate. It is also compatible with the VIVE Wireless Adapter, although in wireless mode it only supports a resolution of 2448 x 1224 and a refresh rate of 90 Hz on boot; the resolution will be increased to 3264 x 1632 with a post-launch update.

Short highlights
1. Immerse yourself in next-generation visuals with industry-leading 5K resolution, a wide 120˚ field of view and an ultra-smooth 120Hz refresh rate.
2. Feel completely immersed with the equipped Hi-Res Certified headphones.
3. Experience best-in-class tracking performance and comfort.
Screen
Dual RGB LCD with low persistence
Resolution
2448 × 2448 pixels per eye (4896 × 2448 pixels combined)
Refresh rate
90/120 Hz (only 90 Hz supported via VIVE Wireless Adapter)
Field of view
Up to 120 degrees
Audio
Hi-Res certified headset (via analog USB-C signal)
Hi-Res certified headphones (removable)
Support for high impedance headphones (via analog USB-C signal)
Inputs
Integrated dual microphones
Connections
Bluetooth, USB-C port for peripherals
Sensors
G-sensor, Gyroscope, Proximity, IPD sensor, SteamVR Tracking V2.0 (Compatible with SteamVR 1.0 and 2.0 base stations)
Ergonomics
Interpupillary distance with adjustment of the lens distance
Adjustable IPD
Adjustable headphones
Adjustable headband

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