When the HTC VR headset is launched, many of the other virtual reality headsets on the market will probably be priced around the same price as the HTC 10, which launched this past December.
However, with the HTC 11, HTC will likely be offering the cheapest VR headset yet.
The HTC 11 will cost you $799 and will be available for preorder on June 5.
In addition to its price tag, the HTC 12 will be the cheapest headset in the HTC lineup at $799, but you won’t have to wait long for the Vive to arrive.
As it’s the HTC 13’s first generation, the Vive is expected to have an upgraded VR-ready design and a higher resolution OLED panel.
With the HTC 14, the VR headset will also have an OLED panel and a better-looking display.
The Vive headset will be a part of the HTC family of products that includes the Vive, Vive C, Vive Pro, and Vive C+ and will have a range of accessories for the VR consumer.
The HTC 13, HTC 15, and HTC 16 will be priced at $999, but they won’t be available until later this year.
We’ll be taking a look at all of the new VR headsets that have been announced so far, including pricing and availability.
The price of the VR headsets in this review is $799.
The Oculus Rift is the only headset in this price range that’s going to be shipping on June 1, but the Vive will be shipping to retailers in July.