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The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK

The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK

The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK

The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK

 

The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK, giving UK gamers a chance to buy the unit with much lower postage fees. 

Right now the HTC Vive is available for £689.00 +57.60 shipping on the HTC Store, but at OCUK it is available for 695.99, with postage that can be free depending on your location within the UK. 

Both stores place current shipping dates in June 2016.   

 

The HTC Vive is now available for Pre-Order at Overclockers UK  

Below are the specification of the HTC Vive:

- Resolution 1080x1200 per eye at 90Hz
- Display technology specifically designed for VR
- Roomscale 360 degree tracking
- Gyro and accelerometers also built in
- Roomscale 360 degree one to one tracking controllers
- 960mAh battery, which last at least 4 hours of heavy use
- New haptic engine
- Dual stage trigger
- Tracked thumbpad
- Warranty: 1yr

 

You can Pre-order the HTC Vive at Overclockers UK here. 

 

You can join the discussion on the HTC Vive being available to Pre-Order at Overclockers UK on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-04-2016, 08:26:16

Bagpuss
So they'll take £700 out of your bank account today with actual delivery still months away.

It won't take many to do that before they start earning a nice amount of interest for themselves on your money.

What a racket.Quote

22-04-2016, 08:45:05

Wraith
Much cheaper than they were back in the late 80's, but still expensive enough for few to actually buy. Until VR becomes a mainstream thing and the prices are low enough for the masses it is never going to take off (again) the only areas I see this tech working is production, demonstration or education people buying these solely for gaming are morons with very deep pockets. It won't be long before you see units on feebay going relatively cheap.Quote

24-04-2016, 16:32:55

SuB
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Much cheaper than they were back in the late 80's, but still expensive enough for few to actually buy. Until VR becomes a mainstream thing and the prices are low enough for the masses it is never going to take off (again) the only areas I see this tech working is production, demonstration or education people buying these solely for gaming are morons with very deep pockets. It won't be long before you see units on feebay going relatively cheap.
Don't knock it till you've tried it. :P Agree it's still fairly high on the expensive scale, but man.. it's game changing.Quote

24-04-2016, 16:56:11

WYP
I have just bought a HTC Vive, I really look forward to trying it out.


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Originally Posted by SuB View Post
Don't knock it till you've tried it. :P Agree it's still fairly high on the expensive scale, but man.. it's game changing.
I look forward to trying Elite with this. I have held off on playing it for using VR. Would you recommend trying it in non-VR first?Quote

24-04-2016, 17:20:39

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
I have just bought a HTC Vive, I really look forward to trying it out.




I look forward to trying Elite with this. I have held off on playing it for using VR. Would you recommend trying it in non-VR first?
I tried ED at a mates house on his DK2 and it was fantastic, Not suitable for every game type though IMO.Quote
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