Without any prior notice, the first images and functionality details of the upcoming virtual reality glasses appear to have been found and leaked, the HTC Vive Flow, which are presented as a device for consumption focused on casual use, with completely independent glasses and without cables, with smaller design and easy to use.
This has been shared by the well-known Evan Blass today on Twitter, who shows us what seems to be a lightweight virtual reality headset that is wired to a battery module, with exclusive wireless Bluetooth connectivity, and a usage orientation for smartphones. So instead of immersive gaming, like other models in this family, it seems that HTC Vive Flow will have a variety of quite different purposes.
– E (@evleaks) October 13, 2021
And apparently the objective of the headphones is your orientation towards mindfulness and domestic use, including some functionalities added through the use together with the mobile as a virtual reality controller and also for content through the functions of miracast and simultaneous playback on smart TVs.
That’s why this headset includes a great number of comfort features, starting with its reduced structure in the form of traditional glasses (although significantly larger in size), an active cooling system and surround sound, going through a comfortable headband that fits various head sizes and a removable facial pad, and even the ability to customize up to 6 diopter adjustments for lenses.
While its availability for our country has not yet been announced, it is expected that the HTC Vive Flow be announced on October 15, with a starting price of 499 dollars (approximately 430 euros at direct exchange) and some shipments that will begin early November in North America. Additionally, these headphones will include a series of virtual reality “contents” designed specifically for them.