HTC is launching two new VR headsets next month: The company used its virtual Vivecon event Tuesday morning to unveil the enterprise-focused Vive Focus 3 all-in-one headset, as well as the Vive Pro 2, a PC VR headset aimed at prosumers.
The Vive Focus 3 features LCD panels with a resolution of 2,448 × 2,448 pixels per eye, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 processor. The lenses used for the headset are supposed to support a 120-degree field of view. It will sell for $1,300, and start shipping at the end of June.
The Vive Pro 2 also comes with a resolution of 2,448 × 2,448 pixels per eye, and relies on a gaming PC to power VR experiences. Consumers who already own the necessary trackers and controllers can buy the headset for $799 starting in early June; a full set with controllers and base stations will be available in August for $1,399.
Protocol was first to report on these two devices last week.