HTC unveiled its second generation VR headset - the Vive Pre at CES 2016. The VR headset is built in partnership with Valve sports additional features and tweaks in designing hardware.
The HTC Vive Pre will be the first VR to support Stream VR. It comes with a smaller and compact headset, with improved visuals with brighter displays.
The Vive Pri sports a new front facing camera which helps to show the real world around on your command. The controllers on the Vive have also been enhanced with updated ergonomics and softer edges, greater balance, grip pads and new textured buttons.
It now features integrated rechargeable lithium polymer batteries with micro-USB charging that provides over 4 hours of run time on a single charge.
The VR headset was expected to be launched by end of 2015 and now the company says the product will launch commercially in April. HTC to make 7,000 Vive Pre units available to developers at the start of this year.