We have to clear the price tag: we can buy a VR headset separately, in this case we have to charge more than 167 thousand HUF, there are separate regulators that will go to at least 93 thousand HUF and there is also a base station at 160 EUR, ie almost 50 for thousand forints.
They can also be purchased in packs containing a headset and regulators for 800 euros or at least 250,000 forints however, the headset + controller + two base station packages are already 1080 euros, ie at least 334 thousand forintsOf course, Hungarian prices are not fixed, miracles will be discovered, such as customs, VAT and other goodies.
It requires dual-core CPU for things or GPUs in Nvidia GTX 970 or AMD RX480, or think of better graphics cards and more than 8 gigabytes of RAM.
Opel works with a resolution of 1440×1600, works with a refresh rate of 120Hz, but we can try it at 144Hz, but there is no problem if we play with software for 90Hz monitors, Valve Index can basically calculate this task. Field of View (FOV) is 20 degrees more than HTC Vive, at least according to the company, the headphones do not touch the ear, and the gap between the gaps can be adjusted between 58 mm and 70 mm. The connection is made using a 5-meter cable with a 1-meter 3-pin safety connector (USB 3.0, DisplayPort 1.2, 12V power supply).
Controllers offer accurate finger tracking so you can draw even more complex shapes with your hand, such as "peace". Both sensors are equipped with 87 sensors and comfort is ensured because everyone can set the controller in their own hands.
With a shovel, the Valve base station gives you a wider field of view and increased reach, with two base stations up to 400% larger than previous generations.
Pre-orders are from May 1, and the hardware release is dated July 1. What about the games? We have no information about it yet, but we hope to see something blinking soon.