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HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive

 

HTC has released a new Enterprise Edition of the HTC Vive, which offers a 12-month warranty, dedicated business class customer support, and commercial Licensing. 

This version will come with the exact same hardware as the consumer version of the HTC Vive, though this version will come with two additional face cushions. The main difference between the business unit and the consumer unit is support, with business users gaining a 12-month warranty and a dedicated support line, which is a big deal since businesses will likely be using their VR headsets for several hours each day and will be more prone to damage.   

  

The Business Edition of the HTC Vive includes:

  • - Dedicated Business Edition customer support line
  • - 12-month limited warranty (certain exclusions and limitations apply)
  • - Headset
  • - 4 face cushions (2x narrow and 2x wide)
  • - 2 wireless controllers
  • - 2 base stations
  • - Link box
  • - Earbuds
  • - Cables, chargers and accessories

Vive is now shipping immediately from HTC

 

The business Edition of the HTC Vive will cost $1200 in the US,  €1,080 in the EU and £891.67 in the UK. This excludes VAT and shipping. 

Business users will also be able to hire a specialist installation service, who will set up and cable manage your HTC Vive for you and set up SteamVR. This installation will come with a 30-day workmanship warranty and will be priced by HTC on request. 

 

You can join the discussion on the HTC Vive's Enterprise Edition on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

10-06-2016, 05:45:21

Kushiro
Enterprise price too

Nice offer though.Quote

10-06-2016, 06:06:32

GiantKiwi
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Originally Posted by Kushiro View Post
Enterprise price too

Nice offer though.
Because they are assuming enterprise users are likely incompetent technophobes Quote

10-06-2016, 20:57:07

Kleptobot
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Originally Posted by GiantKiwi View Post
Because they are assuming enterprise users are likely incompetent technophobes
No its just that enterprise customers don't expect to deal with other peoples problems, so they pay through the arse for tech support so they can focus on their core business.Quote

11-06-2016, 19:06:28

WYP
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Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
No its just that enterprise customers don't expect to deal with other peoples problems, so they pay through the arse for tech support so they can focus on their core business.
Precisely. They pay so that they have as little downtime as possible.

You'd be surprised how much time can be wasted on some hardware because of a silly issue in software. They don't want to spend time in a queue for basic support.

Basically, throw some more money at the problem so that your issue is fixed faster.Quote
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