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HTC Vive AND Vive ready computer bundle, now just £1,250.00!

£1250.00 @ Viveport
The HTC Vive computer bundle was around £1500, but just checked today and it's now just £1250! A great time to buy one! The computer spec looks OK to, and when you consider £750 for the Vive, gett… Read More
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1w, 22h agoFound 1 week, 22 hours ago
The HTC Vive computer bundle was around £1500, but just checked today and it's now just £1250! A great time to buy one!

The computer spec looks OK to, and when you consider £750 for the Vive, getting the computer for £500 is a great deal!
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I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.
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obsydian
I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.

I'd suggest you get down to one of the PC World/Curry's that are offering free Vive demos and have a try before you buy, since it's a significant expense.

http://locator.vive.com

When I tried Vive and Oculus Touch, I found the Vive better in all ways (particularly room scale) except for comfort. That said, neither is brilliant for detailed graphics, so it tends to work better with games that stick with less realistic styles.




Edited By: Darkeru on Apr 16, 2017 17:19
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Darkeru
obsydian
I tried the Oculus version in JL yesterday was pretty good (especially thw demo included a climbing app) but to be honest I was very disappointed with the graphics as it was no better than what I recall my Samsung VR was, is this any better. Also the cable is Irrating but then not advisable to stand or walk.

I'd suggest you get down to one of the PC World/Curry's that are offering free Vive demos and have a try before you buy, since it's a significant expense.

http://locator.vive.com

When I tried Vive and Oculus Touch, I found the Vive better in all ways (particularly room scale) except for comfort. That said, neither is brilliant for detailed graphics, so it tends to work better with games that stick with less realistic styles.





Thanks but that was my point I was hoping for far better graphics for the significantly higher cost. Agree these headsets are so immersion you overlook it but the cost is oO
#4
The pc spec is very average possibly worse than average after spending that much on the headset you would cheap out on the pc. Doesn't make any sense

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