Skip to content

HTC Vive Black Friday Sale Discounts Wireless Adapter, Trackers, Base Stations & Vive Pro 2

HTC Vive Black Friday Sale Discounts Wireless Adapter, Trackers, Base Stations & Vive Pro 2

HTC's Black Friday sale offers discounts on the Vive Pro 2, Vive Tracker 3.0, Vive Pro wireless adapter, and the base stations.

Vive Pro 2

The Vive Pro 2 full PC VR kit with tracking base stations and controllers is down to $1000, from its normal price of $1400.

The headset alone is down to $574 from $799, but only choose this option if you already have base stations and controllers.

Vive Pro 2 Specs: 5K 120Hz LCD, New 120° Lenses, SteamVR Tracking
HTC just officially revealed Vive Pro 2, the successor to the Vive Pro launched back in 2018. Read on for Vive Pro 2 specs. Vive Pro 2 is a PC VR headset for both consumers and businesses. It uses the same design as the original but switches out the OLED

Vive Pro 2 offers 2.5K per eye LCD panels with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz, as well as (according to HTC) wider field of view lenses than most headsets.

Vive Tracker 3.0

Vive Tracker 3.0 is down to $100, from its normal price of $130. Vive Trackers are mainly used for full body tracking in VRChat on SteamVR.

New HTC Vive Tracker Is 15% Lighter And 30% More Expensive
A new Vive Tracker goes on sale March 24 that HTC says is 15 percent lighter than the previous generation with 75 percent better battery life. The new Tracker also sells for 30 percent more than the previous generation, or $129.99 compared with $99.99. HTC’s Tracker is

The 3.0 model is smaller and lighter than its predecessor, but the price increased to $130, so this deal gives you those improvements at the original price.

Vive Pro & Cosmos Wireless Adapter

The Vive Wireless Adapter full kit is down from $350 to just $200.

It supports Vive Pro, Vive Pro 2, and all Vive Cosmos series headsets.

HTC’s Wireless Adapter Doesn’t Support Vive Pro 2’s Full Resolution Or 120Hz
When used with Vive Pro 2, the Vive Wireless Adapter doesn’t support the full resolution or 120 Hz mode. The adapter currently operates at 1224×1224 per eye 90 Hz when used with Vive Pro 2. HTC says it will increase the resolution to 1632×1632 “soon”, presumably via

It's incredibly freeing to no longer be physically tethered to your PC, but keep in mind the installation is quite involved. You need to install a PCIe card inside your PC, and you'll want to wall mount the transmitter for ideal performance. Further, it's limited to 90Hz refresh rate and 1632×1632 per eye resolution.

Tracking Base Stations

The original HTC SteamVR tracking base stations are down from $135 to $100, while the HTC 2.0 base stations are down from $200 to $150.

Keep in mind Valve sells its own 2.0 base stations for $150 already, and there are no advantages to HTC's base stations we're aware of.

SteamVR Tracking 2.0 supports up to four base stations, which can improve the tracking's robustness to occlusion.

SteamVR Tracking 2.0 Improves Base Stations To Cover Warehouses
Valve’s Lighthouse tracking system for SteamVR headsets remains arguably the best in the industry, and it’s set for a big upgrade this November. The company this week issued a tracking technology update over on Steam where it revealed some surprising new plans for what it called SteamVR Tracking

The original base stations work with all SteamVR tracked devices, including any trackers, headsets, and controllers. The 2.0 base stations however will only work with 2.0 tracked devices, so keep that in mind.

Community Discussion

Weekly Newsletter

See More