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HTC Vive with Star Trek: Bridge Crew and a £50 Steam gift card £709.00 @ Vive.com (Valve/HTC direct)

£709.00 @ Viveport
Looking at some reasonable priced Vive's at the minute, been looking on eBay, but pretty tempted by this. This is the direct link through the Steam sale, and is the direct supplier :) - Includes head… Read More
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3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago
Looking at some reasonable priced Vive's at the minute, been looking on eBay, but pretty tempted by this. This is the direct link through the Steam sale, and is the direct supplier :)

- Includes headset, two wireless controllers, two base stations, link box, earbuds, cables, chargers, accessories, safety guide and warranty card.

- £50 Steam Gift Card. Terms & conditions apply.

- Star Trek™: Bridge Crew. Terms & conditions apply.

- Free Included Content - 1-Month Access to Viveport Subscription, Richie's Plank Experience and Everest VR.

There is an additional field for a promo code, but will take some time to look for a working one now!

Cheers!
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#1
I'm sure I read somewhere there was a vive 2 coming out. Might be wrong but hate to spend all that money on a mark 1
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gr8h8me
I'm sure I read somewhere there was a vive 2 coming out. Might be wrong but hate to spend all that money on a mark 1

No, you are correct in saying you are wrong.
#3
gr8h8me
I'm sure I read somewhere there was a vive 2 coming out. Might be wrong but hate to spend all that money on a mark 1

There is a Vive 2 coming out in the same way that there is an iPhone 8 coming out.

Edited By: meglaman2000 on Jul 03, 2017 12:33: wrong number
#4
powerbrick
gr8h8me
I'm sure I read somewhere there was a vive 2 coming out. Might be wrong but hate to spend all that money on a mark 1
No, you are correct in saying you are wrong.
Great correction. I'll buy it then
#5
gr8h8me
I'm sure I read somewhere there was a vive 2 coming out. Might be wrong but hate to spend all that money on a mark 1
It's still expensive to basically beta test some technology
#6
meglaman2000
There is a Vive 2 coming out in the same way that there is an iPhone 7 coming out.
What??? The iPhone 7 is already out.
#7
The website says a stand alone version coming out later this year
#8
Schlingel
The website says a stand alone version coming out later this year
Standalone version is going to be running on mobile hardware. Details are sketchy so far but it sounds like the standalone one will have a higher res display than the current Vive but with lower spec hardware powering it that might not be as good a thing as it seems. There were some rumours that the new hardware will have eye tracking and foveated rendering which dramatically reduces the required hardware specs so you never know.

I have owned a Vive since release and can honestly say its an amazing bit of kit. There are plenty of games and experiences out already that justify its existence. My latest find was Dirt Rally, its the best driving game I have ever played and I have been a gamer for 40 years. Might not be the best actual driving game but when you put it in a VR headset with a half decent force feedback wheel its mind blowing.

With all that said I dont think its for everyone yet. Its close but if you are interested I would say try to find one to try out first and have a chat with the person that owns it. Most people that I have try mine are blown away and want one until I tell the the price...
#9
SweeneyUK
meglaman2000
There is a Vive 2 coming out in the same way that there is an iPhone 7 coming out.
What??? The iPhone 7 is already out.

Whoops, that should say 8
1 Like #10
710 quid. What a deal!
#11
How much?!?!
1 Like #12
bozzy
How much?!?!
£759 usually without the extras! :)
#13
Schlingel
The website says a stand alone version coming out later this year


That is the daydream one I believe. It's basically just the Google Daydream headset but no phone required. I assume it will have built in memory so you can download games and movies to it.
#14
I grabbed the Vive with this deal last week - it's part of the Steam Summer Sale, which has now ended. I expect this will also end imminently.

Its it's a superb device, a little pricey, but you are using cutting edge technology. There's is a wealth of games and tools to use at this present time, through the Steam interface. It's a huge, huge catalogue that is growing each and every day - Google just this hour released a tool called Blocks - check it out
#15
LondonTTB
I grabbed the Vive with this deal last week - it's part of the Steam Summer Sale, which has now ended. I expect this will also end imminently.
Its it's a superb device, a little pricey, but you are using cutting edge technology. There's is a wealth of games and tools to use at this present time, through the Steam interface. It's a huge, huge catalogue that is growing each and every day - Google just this hour released a tool called Blocks - check it out
What does it do?
#16
The new lighthouses should be out by the end of the year, which is maybe what people think is Vive 2. Same for knuckle controllers.

Knuckles will work with this vive and new lighthouses won't make the existing ones obsolete.
#17
By the way this is an absolutely brilliant deal considering you get the Vive for less than the normal price and you get bridge crew and £50 steam voucher as well
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This is a great deal, but a shame for anyone who missed the steam sale and picking up lots of half price VR games. Audioshield a must
#19
SBIAC
What does it do?

Lots of stuff. You play games with the headset attached to your face (which is more comfy than it sounds) and you really feel as though you are there. You look left, and the world looks left. Same for the right. Full 360 degree tracking.
You interact with the worlds, scenes, games etc. It's so immersive!
#20
dreamager
This is a great deal, but a shame for anyone who missed the steam sale and picking up lots of half price VR games. Audioshield a must

Not tried Audioshield but I have Soundboxing - brilliant
#21
LondonTTB
SBIAC
What does it do?
Lots of stuff. You play games with the headset attached to your face (which is more comfy than it sounds) and you really feel as though you are there. You look left, and the world looks left. Same for the right. Full 360 degree tracking.
You interact with the worlds, scenes, games etc. It's so immersive!
Thank you for that, but : Sorry, I should have been more clear. I know what the Vive does! I have a rift. I meant what does Google's tool do, the one he said we should get called Blocks? Ironically I could probably use Google's own search function to find out but I prefer to speak with humans
#22
SBIAC
Thank you for that, but : Sorry, I should have been more clear. I know what the Vive does! I have a rift. I meant what does Google's tool do, the one he said we should get called Blocks? Ironically I could probably use Google's own search function to find out but I prefer to speak with humans

Whoops, apologies!

Blocks is a 3D object builder - so you build whatever you like. Think Tilt Brush (by google also) but with modular pieces that actually piece together to make an end product.
#23
LondonTTB
SBIAC
Thank you for that, but : Sorry, I should have been more clear. I know what the Vive does! I have a rift. I meant what does Google's tool do, the one he said we should get called Blocks? Ironically I could probably use Google's own search function to find out but I prefer to speak with humans
Whoops, apologies!
Blocks is a 3D object builder - so you build whatever you like. Think Tilt Brush (by google also) but with modular pieces that actually piece together to make an end product.
I'm not sure what tilt brush is either. I will have to Google it. But from what you said I'm thinking it resembles Lego : it's software which lets you build interesting things from scratch with modular parts which snap together?

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