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Get Ready To Go Wireless With HTC Vive’s New Peripheral By TPCAST

Get Ready To Go Wireless With HTC Vive’s New Peripheral By TPCAST
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Every time that you put on a pair of HTC Vive you feel as though you are tethered to some mechanical being. But this will all be changing thanks to one of Vive X accelerator participants, TPCAST. This imaginative team came up with a way to untether you from the bundle of strings attached to the Vive headset.

During the Alibaba conference, HTC Vive and TPCAST displayed this new add-on with demonstrations of how it all works. “We are glad to cooperate with Alibaba to enable the first mass-demonstration of a complete VR shopping experience and are honored that they have chosen Viveport M as the preferred download partner for the Buy+ mobile application,” said Alvin W. Graylin, China Regional President of Vive, HTC. “We are also very proud that a Vive X team, TPCAST, has developed such an impactful product in such a short time. It will allow Vive customers worldwide to gain untethered mobility in VR from their existing devices, while satisfying the biggest feature request of potential PC VR customers.”

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With this particular add-on you’ll have the freedom to roam around in the fixed environment and enjoy VR just a little bit more. And another amazing part of TPCAST’s add-on to the Vive is that you’ll experience nearly zero latency.

The pre-orders for the device have launched through HTC’s Chinese website. Unfortunately, they are sold-out for the time being. They expect the devices to ship worldwide starting Q1 of 2017. The starting prices are set at 1,499 RMB which rounds out to be about $220 US.

This add-on has been a long sought-out feature for the Vive and it’ll now be making it’s way to the consumers. The TPCAST device will require a battery. They have informed us that it’ll last around an hour and a half at full charge.

The innovation for VR technology has just tightened with this new feature device for the HTC Vive.

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