HTC is running a Vive Pro 2 bundle deal right now in the US that includes the Vive Wireless Adapter, which when purchased separately costs $350.
The deal lasts from now until August 30th, bringing the full bundle price to $1,400. On its own, Vive Pro 2 costs $800, which doesn’t include controllers or tracking base stations (or Vive Wireless Adapter).
Besides a VR-ready PC, the bundle includes everything you need to go wireless: Vive Pro 2 headset, wand-style controllers, SteamVR 2.0 tracking base stations, Vive Wireless Adapter, and all of the bits and bobs in between, like cables, power adapters, mounting kits, etc.
Check out the headset’s specs below:
Vive Pro 2 Specs
|Resolution||2,448 x 2,448 (6.0MP) per-eye, LCD (2x)|
|Refresh Rate||90Hz, 120Hz|
|Optical Adjustments||IPD, eye-relief|
|IPD Adjustment Range||57–72mm|
|Connectors||USB 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, power|
|Cable Length||5m (breakout box)|
|Tracking||SteamVR Tracking 1.0 or 2.0 (external beacons)|
|On-board cameras||2x RGB|
|Input||Vive wand controllers, rechargable battery|
|Audio||On-ear headphones, USB-C audio output|
Granted, Vive Pro 2 still isn’t the most economical way to get into VR, although if you’re looking for a well-balanced PC VR headset with a better than average display, Vive Pro 2 is a pretty good choice.
Before you buy though, make sure to check out our full review of Vive Pro 2 where we stack it up next to Valve Index and HP Reverb G2, SteamVR headsets that most PC VR users look to first. In short, Vive Pro 2 doesn’t have the FOV of Index, or the clarity of Reverb G2, but it’s comfortable, includes a good slate of ergonomic adjustments, and has pretty great audio, albeit on-ear and not off-ear.
Still, it’s hard to argue with out-of-the-box wireless and the ability to readily bring either Vive or Tundra trackers into the mix—just the thing to launch your VRChat dance battles to the next level.
You can find the deal over on HTC’s website, which lasts from now until August 30th.