HTC Vive Deals

Compare over 4 HTC Vive deals from 4 retailers, with prices starting from just £759.00 to £941.99. Our easy filtering system allows you to find the perfect HTC Vive VR headset deal or bundle. Buy your HTC Vive today.

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    HTC Vive for just £759.00

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    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

    GAME Logo

    £759.00

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    HTC Vive for just £759.00

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

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    £759.00

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    HTC Vive for just £759.95

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

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    £759.95

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    HTC Vive for just £941.99

    HTC Vive

    PC/SteamVR

    2160 x 1200

    OLED

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    £941.99

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    Learn more about HTC Vive

    The HTC Vive is a serious bit of kit. At the premium end of VR tech, the Vive offers the best virtual reality experience you can get right now. Imagine the holodeck from Star Trek and that’s pretty much what you get with the HTC Vive.

    HTC Vive, powered by Steam

    HTC Vive, powered by Steam

    The Vive comes to you courtesy of HTC (the mobile phone people) and Valve (the guys behind Steam). That means as well as the leading VR technology, you are also getting access to unrivalled content on Steam VR.

    Everything that you love about Steam, such as automatic game updates, creating and sharing content, and keeping up-to-date with the newest releases, is available in SteamVR.

    Intuitive controllers

    At first glance, the HTC Vive’s controller-wands may seem a little odd, with their futuristic style. However, they are very intuitive and clever. Designed with haptic feedback and rechargeable batteries, gripping the wands and pulling the triggers will make you feel like you are grabbing things and picking up items in your VR world.

    You can see the controllers in VR and they transform as required; in a painting app? They’ll become a palette and brush. Fighting off hordes of undead? Expect to see a range of weapons.

    Intuitive controllers
    Room-scale VR

    Room-scale VR

    What makes the HTC Vive such an exciting VR Headset is that as well as offering immersion while sitting or standing, it can expand out to room-scale 360 degree motion tracking so that you can move, explore, walk and fight.

    To use room-scale VR, it’s recommended that you have a space of 2 by 1.5 meters.

    Your chaperone across both realities

    Using room-scale VR, it’s understandable that you would be nervous about bumping into furniture and walls. HTC Vive have considered this and introduced the ‘chaperone’. This is a camera that activates when you get near the boundaries of your VR space, showing you outlines of walls and furniture so you don’t crash into them.

    Your chaperone across both realities

    HTC Vive Technical Specifications

    Product name: HTC Vive
    Display method: OLED
    Panel resolution: 2160 x 1200
    Refresh rate: 90Hz
    Field of view: 110 degrees
    Sensors: Accelerometer, gyroscope, laser position sensor, front-facing camera
    Connection interface: HDMI, USB 2.0, USB 3.0
    Processor Unit function: 3D audio processing, Social Screen (mirroring mode, separate mode), Cinematic mode
    Requirements: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 /Radeon R9 280 equivalent or greater
    Intel Core i5-4590 equivalent or greater
    4GB+ of RAM
    Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output
    1x USB 2.0 port
    Tracking Area: 15 x 15 feet

    Choosing a HTC Vive Deal

    WHTC Vive is currently the VR headset of choice for those looking for the ultimate VR immersion package. If you’ve dreamt of walking round virtual worlds and interaction on an unprecedented deal then the Vive is certainly the way to go.

    However, there are a couple of things to take into consideration when shopping for the best HTC Vive deals.

    Do you have the required space?

    The whole point of the HTC Vive is that you can move round and fully immerse yourself in your virtual reality world. To do this you will need a recommended space of 2 x 1.5 meters. Within this space, you will need to consider all the tech such as the PC to power the Vive and the two motion sensors that go at opposite corners of the room which will require power.

    It’s worth considering where your setup will be when browsing our HTC Vive deals. Ideally it needs it’s own dedicated space. You can use it motionless, but then you would be better getting one of the alternative VR headsets available.

    Minimum performance requirements

    While Valve is working to reduce the minimum requirements needed for their headset it still needs some serious power behind it to get the best experience.

    If your PC is unable to meet the minimum specs, you should consider the cost of upgrading those components when choosing your HTC Vive deal.