During CES 2018, HTC introduced us to the Vive Pro – a new and improved version of its Vive VR headset. The Vive Pro comes equipped with an updated design, higher-resolution displays, and improved audio quality, and now it's officially available for pre-order.
You can reserve your Vive Pro from the official Vive website right now, and as you can tell by the title of this article, it'll cost you a whopping $799. That's $300 more than the new $499 price of the regular HTC Vive, and it comes with only the Vive Pro headset.
HTC's assuming that you already have the tracking equipment and controllers that come with the standard Vive, and if you don't, you'll need to buy those separately. That's a lot of money to spend on just the headset itself, but considering this is pretty much the most powerful consumer virtual reality hardware to-date, it's somewhat expected.
To help offset the high cost, HTC is also throwing in a free six-month trial of its Viveport subscription service. Viveport lets you pick up to 5 VR titles to play each month from a library of 400+ games, and a six-month subscription usually costs $40 on its own.
HTC will begin shipping the Vive Pro on April 15, and the above Viveport promo is available for anyone that buys a Vive Pro between now and June 3.
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