I STUFFIN’ LOVE THIS
The Vive Pro feels like HTC simultaneously answering its critics, making the changes its diehard fanbase has been asking for, and drawing a line in the sand for the rest of the VR world. It really is a huge leap in terms of definition. Small text that was unreadable on the original Vive is now clear to see, and image quality in general is way better.
You can still see the pixels if you go looking for them, but when you’re hurtling around Austria’s Red Bull Ring in a virtual Mclaren 650S, things are moving too fast to notice.
HTC has doubled down on high-end hardware that can be truly immersive. Add in the wireless adaptor, and virtual reality has never felt more ready for the mainstream market.