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HTC has reduced the price of their Virtual Reality system, the HTC Vive. The HTC Vive is now priced at Rs. 87,990 instead of the original Rs. 92,900. This offer comes with a Steam gift card worth Rs. 3,000 and a one-month subscription to Viveport.

These bundled offers can be availed at the Amazon Great Indian Sale from 9 to 12 August this year. The HTC Vive is a full-fledged Virtual Reality system with dedicated controls and Viveport, which is a dedicated site with more than 200 VR titles.

What is a Virtual Reality System?

Virtual Reality basically means ‘near reality’, but in this context, Virtual Reality is a 3D computer generated environment which you can see and interact with. Virtual Reality system is the headset and controls that you need to immerse and interact with this 3D environment.

About HTC Vive

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HTC Vive is a Virtual Reality System from HTC. It lets you stream Virtual Reality content from its dedicated Viveport site, which has over 200 titles. It has precise location tracking and eye-relief tuning for a smooth and seamless VR experience.

For controlling and Interactions with the Virtual Reality world, the HTC Vive comes with wireless controllers which the company claims to feel like extensions of your hands. You can feel natural sensations while interacting with VR world through this controller.

Precision is an important element for interaction in Virtual Reality. The HTC Vive comes with two Base Stations that precisely determine your location and the room size you are in, for a seamless and immersive experience.

Bundled offers on HTC Vive

The HTC Vive is available with exciting bundled offers. Firstly, you get a 5% discount, which means the kit will cost you Rs. 87,990. You also get a Steam Gift card with Rs. 3,000 value along with a one-month free subscription to Viveport, from where you can stream VR content.

You can avail these offers and buy the HTC Vive here.

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