HTC Vive lines up new Vive Pro Eye enterprise bundles

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New bundles include the Vive Pro Eye Office and the Vive Pro Eye Office Arena Bundle, which offer extended business and warranty services for dedicated and expedited customer service support, and additional base stations for larger play spaces

Quick read

➨ The Vive Pro Eye, released last year for business and professional users, offers native eye tracking, high resolution, increased comfort, and the precision of external tracking
➨ HTC Vive said the new Vive Pro Eye series delivers three levels of enterprise VR solutions and support, giving companies the ability to select the best option based on their needs and use cases
➨ The Vive Pro Eye is now available at a lower price of $1,399

The story

Hot on the heels of unveiling its new Cosmos headset line-up, HTC Vive has revamped its suite of Pro Eye solutions for enterprise.

New bundles include the Vive Pro Eye Office and the Vive Pro Eye Office Arena Bundle, which offer extended business and warranty services for dedicated and expedited customer service support, and additional base stations for larger play spaces.

The Vive Pro Eye, released last year for business and professional users, offers native eye tracking, high resolution, increased comfort, and the precision of external tracking.

HTC Vive said the new Vive Pro Eye series delivers three levels of enterprise VR solutions and support, giving companies the ability to select the best option based on their needs and use cases.

Vive Pro Eye Office, available for $1,599, includes all the features of Vive Pro Eye and is packaged with Vive Enterprise Business Warranty & Services, offering an expedited customer service experience and an extended warranty in a single offering.

The Vive Pro Eye Office Arena Bundle, which costs $2,350, offers the largest operating space for location-based entertainment and includes two additional SteamVR 2.0 base stations for play spaces up to 33 inches x 33 inches (10 metres x 10 metres) and a 20 metre fiber cable.

The Vive Pro Eye is also now available at a lower price of $1,399. The headset cost $1,599 at launch last year.

Yves Maitre, chief executive officer of HTC, said of the new enterprise bundles: “Companies today need access to a diverse set of hardware and VR solutions built for their specific needs, and we developed these offerings to provide our enterprise customers with increased choice and the important tools and services to make VR an integrated tool within their business.”

“As business use cases for extended reality become more prominent and diverse, the new Vive Pro Eye series delivers multiple ways to address the majority of VR use cases today.”

Image: HTC Vive