Now that Black Friday sale is over, customers will still have something to be excited about. HTC has updated its Vive blog and announced that its popular HTC Vive VR headset will still go on sale on Cyber Monday. If you have not got one on Black Friday, you still have a chance to get a more affordable HTC Vive VR headset.
According to the official Vive site, the HTC Vive VR headset will be sold for $700. It's $100 less than its original retail price. This deal is too good to pass up. You need to hurry, otherwise, there will not be anything left for you. If you are not sure where you can buy an HTC Vive near you, there's an online locator tool provided by Vive. There are other options like the Microsoft Store where you can get a $100 gift code. You can also get them at GameStop stores and 34 Fry's locations across the US. If you are feeling lazy, you can order the HTC Vive from Amazon, Newegg, Microcenter and Fry's online storefront, according to the Digital Trends.
This weekend, HTC Vive owners will also be able to load up the Viveport app. There are huge discounts on software until Nov. 28. Other deals include a $10 for every $30 that you spend inside the app. In addition, you can grab a $5 bundle that contains SoundStage, Arcade Artist and Lumen. Purchase the following apps for only 50 percent off their original price: A Chair in A Room: Greenwater, Adventurous Life VR, C O S M Worlds Within Worlds, Cineveo, Cloudlands: VR Minigolf, Cmoar VR Cinema, Daylight's End, Emily Wants to Play, Grand Canyon, Heaven Island Life, Konrad the Kitten, La Peri, Oneiric Sculptures - Rodin, Potioneer: The VR Gardening Simulator, Ricerca, Star Chart, Stars, The Night the Carsons Disappeared, Think Space, Toon Ocean, VV Player and World of Diving.
The HTC launched the Vive VR headset earlier this year. It has a room-scale VR that boasts precise motion tracking, a 2160 x 1,200 resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate. You won't have to worry about the headset since it is actually adjustable. The HTC Vive VR headset is designed for "comfortable and clear gameplay". The HTC Vive runs on Windows 10. It also comes with two motion-tracked controllers. There are also two wireless base stations that only requires a single power cord connection.
If you have not decided yet between an HTC Vive and Oculus Rift, consider the Cyber Monday deal that HTC is offering.