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HTC’s exclusive Vive Focus VR headset is now launching worldwide today

The HTC brand will start selling its standalone Vive Focus virtual reality headset worldwide today, after an initial launch in China earlier this year. The headset, which will cost around a $600 in the US is aiming in at business customers in 37 countries. It’s part of a larger attempt to make HTC VR headsets appealing to company including a new announced collaboration app called Vive Sync. Which lets employees in different offices meet and work together in VR headsets. The Vive Focus is a self-contained mobile headset that tracks a user motion with outward-facing cameras  similar to the upcoming around $399 quest headset. HTC announce it after canceling a similar headset based on Google’s Daydream VR platform, and it was initially unclear whether the Vive Focus would launch outside China. However, HTC confirm a worldwide release this spring, making a development kit available to US buyers.The Vive Focus will sit alongside HTC’s older $499 Vive and $799 Vive Pro headsets, which are tethered to a computer. HTC touts the Vive Focus as a headset for “businesses that want a truly mobile VR experience.” Unlike the original Vive, it doesn’t require any external sensor boxes, and it features the same high-end 2880 x 1600 resolution as the Vive Pro. The  powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 mobile chipset and has a battery life of up to three hours may be your usage

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