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Standalone HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Is Just $399 This Week, Wireless Adapter & DAS Discounted

Standalone HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Is Just $399 This Week, Wireless Adapter & DAS Discounted

Looking to upgrade your PC VR headset and already have some SteamVR gear? HTC has a great deal for you.

The company is selling its Cosmos Elite headset for $399 this week only. That’s the base headset that comes with the core device only. The Elite is a variation of the original Vive Cosmos with a front faceplate for SteamVR tracking. The original Cosmos had its own inside-out tracking system, though it’s not as solid as other solutions on the market. The Cosmos Elite, meanwhile, is a good headset that never threatened to drastically change the VR market.

HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Sale

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If you want the full Cosmos Elite Kit, which also includes two 1.0 SteamVR base stations and two Vive Wand controllers, that’s $649. For what it’s worth, you could get the standalone Elite, Valve’s own Index Controllers ($279) and two 2.0 base stations ($298) for just under $900. Expensive, yes, but you’d get better controllers and more efficient (if not noticeably improved) base stations.

Also on offer this week is the Vive Pro Full Kit for $900, the eye-tracked Vive Pro Eye full kit for $1,099 and the Eye on its own for $799. All of these deals also include a two-month subscription for HTC’s Games Pass-like service, Viveport Infinity.

Perhaps more interesting is the Vive Wireless Adapter for $199 or the Vive Deluxe Audio Strap for $69. The latter only really works with the original Vive, but it’s long been used by modders to make the excellent Frankenquest mod for Meta Quest 1 and 2.

These deals are live in the US and UK until December 19, so act fast if you’re after a new headset.

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