Amazon have announced they’ve started selling the SteamVR powered HTC Vive VR system in their US online store.

Consumer virtual reality systems like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift are still just months old and already it feels like they’re making inroads to being accepted as every day products. And today, one of the biggest retail outlets online,, has announced they’ve started selling the HTC Vive in their US store.

See Also: HTC Vive Review: A Mesmerising VR Experience, if You Have the Space
See Also: HTC Vive Review: A Mesmerising VR Experience, if You Have the Space

“VIVE offers consumers the most immersive virtual reality experience available today with the most complete hardware system and a robust portfolio of content. Our expansion to Amazon further underscores our commitment to our customers to deliver options across virtual reality,” said Dan O’Brien, VP of VR at HTC.

The Vive, which launched online in April, is available for the same price as from HTC’s own website, for $799 with free shipping. Interested? Check out the Vive at Amazon here.

If you’ve just taken the plunge, you might be interested in checking out our HTC Vive game coverage right here or, if you’re still on the fence, read our full, in-depth review of the system itself here.

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  • David Herrington

    Does this package from Amazon also include the free games?

    Just looked, yes it does.

    So this is the same package that HTC offers but with free shipping, NICE!

  • Simon Wood

    Is it available in Canada?…… yeah!
    Wait.. WTF.. CDN$ 1,707.50 + CDN$ 122.26 shipping :-(

  • Joshua Peck

    This is definitely good to hear. Get VR into the hands of consumers in any way possible.