HTC has revealed two new headsets, Vive Pro 2 and the Vive Pro 2, and the Vive Focus 3 Business Edition. Vive Pro 2 is the successor to the original Vive Pro: a PC VR headset that is geared towards enterprise and prosumers.
High-quality HTC Vive focus prescription optics are perfectly fitted and easy to use. No more discomfort while wearing framed glasses under the headset.
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1. Display: Dual RGB low persistence LCD
2. Resolution: 2448 × 2448 pixels per eye (5K total resolution)
3. Refresh rate: 90Hz / 120Hz (only 90Hz with the wireless adapter)
Description – Key Selling Points
The new visuals have been clearly inspired by the Valve Index: finally, there are new lenses (with a dual-stacked-lens design), there is a new terrific display that sets a new standard for what concerns resolution (2448 × 2448 per eye is much higher both than the Index and the Reverb G2), a great field of view (120°) and very high frame rate (120 fps).
The Valve Index, considered one of the best headsets on the market, has 1600 x 1440 per eye, while this has 2448 x 2448, across a very similar field of view (so even the pixel density is much higher on the Pro 2).
The eye box for this headset should be larger than the one of the Index, so regarding the visuals, HTC wins on all the lines. Vive is offering a device with such stunning visuals.