HTC VIVE Focus Plus 6DOF VR Headset: Video Games -

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HTC VIVE Focus Plus

$ 839.99

HTC VIVE Focus Plus

To take you where other VR headsets aren’t able through gaze support as well as hand location and gesture tracking

With world-scale tracking and no need for a tethered PC or base stations

With a light-weight, easy to transport design for immersive VR environments that scale to the user’s needs

Through 2880 x 1600 combined resolution at 615 PPI

HTC VIVE Focus Plus system including VR headset, controllers, face cushion, QC 3.0 charger, and USB Type-C cable

VIVE Focus Plus Headset Specifications:

  • Screen: Dual AMOLED 3.5 Inch diagonal
  • Resolution: 1440 x 1600 pixels per eye (2880 x 1600 pixels combined), 615 PPI
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
  • Memory: RAM - 4GB; ROM - 32GB
  • SD Card: MicroSD Slot x 1 (Support up to 2TB)
  • Tracking: 6DoF inside Out HMD / 6DoF controller
  • Refresh Rate/FOV: 75Hz/110°
  • Audio: Built-in speakers + 3.5mm headphone jack
  • Input: Microphone x 2 with noise cancellation
  • Battery: Rechargeable battery (up to 3 hours of active use time)
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11a/n/ac (5 GHz)
  • Encryption: Android File-Based Encryption
  • Connection: USB 3.1 Type-C Ergonomics: Designed to fit 95%+ of all head sizes, ages 14+ of all genders
  • Adjustable IPD Range: 60.5 - 74mm

VIVE Focus Plus Controller Specifications:
Tracking: Chirp SonicTrack 6DoF Ultrasonic + IMU Fusion Tracking
Buttons: Trackpad, Trigger, Grip button, Menu button, VIVE button
Power: 2 x AAA batteries (up to 4 hours of active use)



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