As Valve Corporation alongside HTC brought alive the innovative HTC Vive Virtual Reality headset, we noticed a lot of wonderful and impressively great technology packed in a box which wouldn’t seems that simple to be unpacked anyway.
A diagram reportedly included in an email to early adopters this week made that fact very clear by detailing the no fewer than twenty separate items included with the consumer edition.
As a matter of fact, much of these development kits have been tested according to reports we got from TheVerge. Now, its a way by which HTC will be making its wonderful VR headset a suspense for it’s consumers as there have been lots of hidden gem within the little-big pack of the device.
Well, we might suggest that HTC wants you to have a full relationship with the Vive VR thus making it consist of all hardware that might be so needed to make that a reality. Differentiating it from Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR, The HTC Vive headset offers a room-scale virtual reality setup since its laser enhanced which helps as a tracking system that is powered by its lighthouse boxes. Now, the boxes will need to be plugged on the wall and a large tether connects the headset to your PC. Aside these, there are two custom powerful controllers. All of that means lots of power cables, USB cables, mounts, and more.
If you already pre-ordered a Vive, you have until at least April 5th to study up. Hey, no one said being an early adopter would be cheap — or easy.
A – Base station x 2
B – Sync cable
C – Base station power adapter x2
D – Mounting kit
E – Link box
F – Link box mounting pad
G – Link box power adapter
H – HDMI cable
I – USB cable
J – Earbuds
K – Alternate face cushion (narrow)
L – Cleaning cloth
M – Documentation
N – Headset with 3-in-1 cable and audio cable
O – Controller (with lanyard) x 2
P – Micro USB charger x 2