New member of the family of HTC Viva Viva Cosmos VR title, will be sold in Turkey on 21 October. HTC Vive Cosmos’un price was announced as 6999 TL .
Vive Cosmos offers solutions to the features criticized in the previous model. Vive Cosmos does not need sensor placement in the room for installation. The new sensors on the hood provide the same VR experience. There is no need to create a special room for the VR. You can take Vive Cosmos anywhere. This feature is called takip inside-out follow-up ..
There is a slight improvement in screen resolution. Instead of the 2800×1600 pixel display on the Vive Pro, Vive Cosmos has a 2880×1700 pixel display. The refresh rate remained the same ( 90 Hz ). Oculus Rift S, Vive Cosmos’s biggest rival, has a 90 Hz display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels.
HTC designed controllers similar to Oculus Rift S. Touch touchpads have been replaced by analogy. Circular frame with white illumination is added for better detection of the controls by the sensor. But the disadvantage is that the controllers run on batteries. The head of the Vive Cosmos can be lifted up. This allows you to quickly switch from the virtual world to the real world without having to remove the head from your head.
Vive Cosmos, which we had the chance to experience from the press release, is very ergonomic on the head. Good hand control and access to the buttons. Headset doesn’t bother. Although not as much as in the first series, the image is still not clear enough and dizzy. The Vive Pro Eye does not have an eye tracking feature in the Vive Cosmos.
HTC Vive Cosmos will be available on October 21 with a price tag of 6999 TL .