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    Vive day has arrived, and it looks like HTC and Valve have released something fantastic.
    News that HTC and Valve would be working together to release a competing VR headset to the Oculus Rift came as a surprise. Despite the constant stream of rumors that Valve was working on VR behind closed doors, HTC seemed like an unlikely partner for this sort of project. Over the last year we've seen the HTC Vive go from damned impressive developer kit to retail product, with no shortage of incredibly impressive demos along the way. HTC went so far as to drive massive trucks with demo stages around the US for a while, and you'd be hard pressed to find someone who walked away from those experiences with anything but a smile on their face.

    We're just starting to ramp up our VR coverage, and will soon be pouring all of our thoughts on this category right here for you to read. In the mean time, just like with the Oculus Rift, there are three reviews that tell a great story about how this hardware is being received.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    04-05-2016 05:11 PM

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