Poor tracking and comfort returns the Vive Cosmos’ galactic specs back to Earth
As the years pass, virtual reality gets better and better, but for the HTC Vive Cosmos, that doesn’t seem to be the case.
Don’t get me wrong, for $699, you get great features like a sharp display, great audio and a solid app featuring a ton of games. However, for the hefty price, you surprisingly have to suffer with an uncomfortable design, poor tracking and a pair of bulky controllers, which seems unreasonable.
Read full post here:
The HTC Vive Pro was revealed as the successor to the HTC Vive, back at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. Read more
The HTC Vive Cosmos Elite is practically the VR flagship of the manufacturer. At this point, you can purchase it Read more
HTC Vive has announced its Cosmos Series x Aorus 15G bundle is now available to buy in the UK and Read more
The Quest headset successor may arrive in two months Leaked photos of the Oculus Quest 2 have hit the Internet thanks to Read more
This week OG smartphone users were treated to a retro blast from the past, as news broke that former mobile Read more
We haven’t seen a phone from HTC in a year, and it’s been even longer since the once iconic brand Read more
HTC’s new CEO promised last year that the company would go back to making premium phones after admitting it failed Read more
The Vive Cosmos Elite is HTC’s latest premier virtual-reality headset. It aims to offer buyers the best specs ever seen in a Read more
The Vive Cosmos Elite is HTC’s latest and greatest VR headset, but it’s only available in a bundle with two Read more
A battle in virtual reality It's pretty slim pickings when shopping for VR headsets, so you have to be careful Read more
Setting up sensors in your living room to use VR isn’t fun. It takes time, requires a lot of space, Read more
HTC has just announced three new Vive Cosmos VR headsets, but the former smartphone giant is also looking towards the Read more