HTC has announced that online orders for its HTC Vive virtual reality headset are now taking two to three business days to ship to customers. In addition, the demo locations for the Vive will expand in June to over 100 retail stores.
Beginning in June, Vive will be demoed in 100 retail locations throughout North America. In addition to current retail demo locations, Microsoft Stores will expand from 29 to 51 locations, GameStop will increase demo locations from 10 to 40, and Micro Center will add 5 more locations for a total of 10. The demonstrations are open to the general public to experience room-scale virtual reality first-hand with the variety of content available on Steam.
You can check out a list of all the retail demo locations at the HTC Vive website below:
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