HTC Vive Hands On Review

HTC Vive Hands On Review

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“VR is the next big thing in technology. Everyone, from doctors and social activists to gamers and thrill seekers, is seeing huge potential in it. VR technology promises to bring an entirely new category of experience into our digital lives. As with TV, Radio, and personal computers, VR is poised to become a standard technology we use all the time.Trouble is, unlike most types of tech, it’s very hard to get an idea of what using a VRheadset is like without using one yourself. We wanted to get you as close as possible, so we tested out an HTC Vive, one of the major VR headsets scheduled for release this year.In short, we were totally amazed.”
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