Image of HTC Vive Leaked

Earlier this year HTC unveiled its own virtual reality headset called HTC Vive and also showed off a production version of this headset; promiseing that the Vive would be out for consumers in early 2016.

But unfurtunately, the company HTC confirmed yesterday that it won’t be releasing the Vive virtual reality headset to the public in early 2016 as promised, adding that they decided to delay the launch because of a ”very, very big technological breakthrough,” at least that’s how HTC CEO Cher Wang describes it.

The company now expects to have the headset out by April 2016.

The company said that it’s going to send out an additional 7,000 new developer kits in the beginning of 2016, the kits are likely to be very close to the final version of this handset and may even feature the SteamVR controllers that will accompany the headset.

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