HTC is set to announce its new VR headset, Vive Flow, on the 14th, with a jaw-dropping radical design.
Vive Flow has a built-in 600-degree (6.0d) refractive correction device, which makes it far better than Oculus Go for most myopic users to have a pleasant visual experience without third-party correction lenses:
Vive Flow is not expected to be as affordable as Oculus Go — it can be said that no VR can beat Oculus Go in terms of cost performance. Facebook is basically promoting Oculus Go by dumping.
In addition, from the leaked product display picture, the device has a built-in cooling fan, and the figure of heat pipe can be vaguely seen, indicating that the device is not good at calculating power and power consumption.
In addition, Samsung is introducing a new 980 Pro NVMe M2 solid state for PS5 users, which will be released on The 29th of this month. The 1TB version costs $250, and the 2TB version costs $450.
HTC Vive Flow is actually a superposition of the old one with a custom radiator. It is compatible with the PS5 SSD expansion slot (W24 x L80 x H8.6 mm) and still has a read speed of 7000MB/s, well above the 5500MB/s recommended value.