Standalone VR glasses with 3.2K resolution @ 75 Hz for 554 euros

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We can already know in great detail the HTC Vive Flow, the latest VR glasses from the company that arrive with a standalone design. These offer two 2.1 inch LCD panels at a combined resolution of 3200 x 1600 pixels (1600 x 1600 pixels per eye) with a refresh rate of 75 Hz.

It all comes to life through the SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 United to 4 GB RAM memory along with 64 GB of internal storage and an active cooling system for “stable performance“.

Specifications continue with a system of stereo headphones with spatial audio support, a pair of microphones with noise cancellation (you can use Bluetooth headphones), integrates a system of double camera for a 6DoF tracking, it has connectivity WiFi + Bluetooth 5.0 next to a USB-C port to connect to your external battery.

Known information from HTC VIVE Flow comes complete with a dual-hinge adjustment system, snap-on face pads, and most eye-catching of all: has an adjustable focus down to -6.0 diopters, they weigh 189 grams, you can see the smartphone from the glasses and use it as a controller by not including them, and go on sale at a recommended price of 554 euros with a November 2 delivery date with a gift carrying case.

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