HTC released a main statement that disproves the different reports surrounding the release of HTC Vive’s wireless sequel at CES 2017. HTC declared that it will not be revealing the HTC Vive 2 during the
event. The smart phone network business claimed that there is no reality to any of the reports declaring that the launch of HTC Vive 2 VR headset will be during the CES 2017. The Taiwanese manufacturer’s statement then went on to say that the HTC company is more interested in making a more powerful system for both the current and future Vive VR headset users, according to Game Tirade. What this generally suggests is that the Taiwanese manufacturer is still more likely to focus on its existing VR headset items. That may show to be disappointing amongst tech lovers waiting on more technological improvements. In spite of that, those who already own the HTC Vive are basically satisfied that their $800 headset will remain relevant for a longer time period.
The HTC Vive VR headset is getting a needed upgrade in the kind of HTC’s TPCast. About a month back, the Taiwanese producer has actually revealed a peripheral called TPCast, which would provide a cordless functionality to the HTC Vive VR headset. This feature was created and created by a startup within the business’s Vice X accelerator program, and while the function is still new, it has been said that it does work successfully, The Brink reported. Among the best aspects of the TPCast is that the device is so much lighter than the initial Vive headset. Fairly, the original HTC Vive VR headset was linked to a different cable televisions and was then being dragged down. The cordless function removes all these unnecessary things, thus eliminating a big portion of weight.