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HTC Vive Pro 2

HTC Vive Pro 2

Per-eye resolution
Horizontal FoV
PC Powered
HTC Vive Pro 2
Manufacturer HTC
Device Type PC powered
Platform SteamVR, Viveport
Announced 2021-05-11
Release Date 2021-06-03
Retail Price $799 headset only
$1399 with controllers, base stations
Display Type 2 x LCD
Subpixel Layout RGB stripe
Resolution (per eye) 2448x2448
Refresh Rate 120 Hz
Field of View 116° horizontal, 96° vertical, 151° diagonal estimate
Passthrough Dual passthrough cameras
IPD Range
(excluding headstrap)
Material Plastic, foam facial interface
Headstrap Hard padded retractable strap
Colors Black / blue
Tracking Type 6 DoF Inside-out (marker based)
Base Stations 2 x SteamVR 2.0
Eye Tracking No
Face Tracking No
Hand Tracking No
Body Tracking No
Controllers 2 x Vive Pro Controller (6 DoF)
Weight 203 g
Input Methods Trackpad, face buttons, index trigger, grip buttons
Finger Tracking Partial thumb and index finger tracking
Haptics Yes
Controller Batteries Rechargable
Battery Life 6 hours
Speakers Removable stereo headphones
Microphone Yes
3.5mm Audio Jack Yes
Ports USB-C
Video Connection DisplayPort 1.2, USB 3.0, wireless via VIVE Wireless Adapter
WiFi No
Bluetooth Bluetooth
Other No


The HTC Vive Pro 2 is a virtual reality headset manufactured by HTC. It was released in June 2021, following an announcement in May the same year. It is the company's eighth VR headset release.

- This headset requires a connection to a PC in order to be used.

- This headset has a high per-eye resolution. 2448x2448

- This headset has a high refresh rate. 120 Hz

- This headset has a high horizontal field of view. 116°

- This headset uses marker-based tracking that requires external base stations for full tracking capability.

- This headset can be purchased with two 6DoF controllers.

The Vive Pro 2 is HTC's successor to the Vive Pro, featuring an improved display with increased resolution and refresh rate.

The headset also makes use of display stream compression technology, which allows for video data to be losslessly compressed when sent from the graphics card to the headset. This has also allowed the headset to be backwards compatible with DisplayPort 1.2.

controllers Vive Pro Controller, sold alongside the headset
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