HTC unveils Vive Standalone, an all-in-one VR headset

27 July 2017
The "premium" headset is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset.

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Anonymous, 27 Jul 2017I agree with you on the point that it is nonsense to put a SD 83... moreRX 580 is a power hungry beast

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Anonymous, 27 Jul 2017"Premium"... SD835... They just downgraded from GTX 1080 ti a... moreWhat part of stand alone dont you get?! its supposed to be mobile like the Samsung Gear VR and Google Daydream VR. And dont you see the mention of playStore. Heck why do you even compare an ARM graphics chip to a desktop graphics card??!!! o_O. Unbelievable

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 27 Jul 2017"Premium"... SD835... They just downgraded from GTX 1080 ti a... moreI agree with you on the point that it is nonsense to put a SD 835 inside but you don't need a 1080ti to run a HTC Vive. You'll get 60 fps with a RX580 @ 1440p. If you are not happy with that, a crossfire still comes cheaper than a 1080ti

  • Anonymous

Thought it was an advert for a jock strap.

  • Anonymous

Trump Fan 1980, 27 Jul 2017 If it doesn't catch on HTC can market it to correctional facilities.Lol

  • Anonymous

"Premium"... SD835...

They just downgraded from GTX 1080 ti and the likes to Adreno 540 ... and have the gall to call it premium?

That's like a 10 times dottier and slower experience than the original vive... There is a reason that the original VR headsets needed a pC ... a reason that is far from being resolved.

Marvin, 27 Jul 2017Looks like a serial killer's muzzle If it doesn't catch on HTC can market it to correctional facilities.

They need to unveil this unveiling-- looks blurry as hell.

  • Marvin

Looks like a serial killer's muzzle