Features include built-in headphones that do not touch the ears to create a more natural sound, and two RGB-LCD displays with support for up to 144 GHz with a resolution of 1440×1600. Screens, according to the company, communicate colors very precisely.
The index is fully compatible with all Steam VR based games and during the year Valve wants to release the flagship VR-game, which will not be exclusive to their helmet, but will be available for all Steam VR devices.
According to rumors, the game will be a space project Half-Life 2.
The valve index can be purchased at various equipment levels:
- complete set – 1079 EUR (79 999 rubles)
- helmets and steam controllers – 799 EUR (59 999 rubles)
- helmet – 539 EUR (40 999 rubles)
- paired regulators – 299 EUR (22 999 rubles)
- Base Station 2.0 – 159 EUR (12 999 rubles)
It is noteworthy that motion controllers and stations are also compatible with HTC Vive Pro.