Today, however, HTC has announced that the Vive Focus will be available in 37 markets across North America and Europe. The headset will be available to developers priced at $600, while enterprise versions will be priced at $750.
That pricing puts the Vive Focus right smack dab in the middle of the original HTC Vive (priced at $499) and the Vive Pro (priced at $799).
In addition to availability in the United States, HTC announced that Vive Enterprise Advantage professional services will also be offered. Advantage and Advantage+ offer tiered services that include commercial licensing, dedicated support lines, purchase protection and device management utilities (among other perks).
With regards to specifications, the Vice Focus makes use of a single 2800x1600 AMOLED display panel with a 75Hz refresh rate. It has a 110-degree field of view, and incorporates an integrated battery that provides runtimes of up to 3 hours; the standalone unit can be charged via a USB-C cable. There is also, of course, integrated Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along with an accompanying wireless controller that supports three degrees of motion.
The Vive Focus is similar in design to the Oculus Quest, which is also a standalone VR headset, however, the latter device is aimed more at the consumer market.