A look at the new Oculus Rift and HTC Vive hardware

New HTC and Oculus hardware launches are just around the corner, and a few interesting announcements made by each manufacturer in the first week of October were on display.

The first big announcement was that the Oculus Rift was going to launch in the UK and the UK will be the first market to get it.

In addition, the Oculus will be available in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and South Korea, with more regions to come.

Oculus’ new VR headset will feature a curved screen and a new positional tracking system, but we don’t know exactly what that tracking system is yet, and whether it will be based on a new technology called positional tracking.

In the US, we’ve seen a few demos with this technology in the works for the Oculus Home.

This is probably the technology that’s going to be used to enable a truly immersive VR experience, but it could be that this new technology will allow the Rift to be much more of a handheld VR headset.

The HTC Vive, on the other hand, is more of an extended headset.

In terms of specifications, the HTC Vive is the cheapest VR headset, with a $599 price tag.

However, the price tag does include the HTC VR headset and a bunch of other peripherals, which may have more to do with the fact that the HTC Home will cost a bit more than $300.HTC’s Vive has a smaller form factor, but that doesn’t mean that the smaller form factors don’t work well in VR.

The Vive Pro is a fully featured version of the Vive that’s made up of two components, a stand that sits on the base of the headset, and the Vive Tracker, a small box that sits inside the base.

The Tracker is supposed to provide an immersive 3D experience that works well in low-light conditions, but so far the HTC Tracker has only been used in a couple of games.

Oculus’ new Vive, however, is supposed by many to be more immersive, with the Tracker included with the Rift headset and the rest of the hardware and software.

We’ve already seen demos that showed how the Tracker could be used with the HTC Rift headset, but there are also rumors that it will work with other headsets.

We’re still in the early stages of VR hardware, so we’re not yet sure how this new tracking system will work, but the fact remains that the Tracker will allow users to experience the full Oculus VR experience in VR at a much lower price.

The other big announcement is the HTC and HTC-branded Oculus Home, which will also be available for purchase in Canada.

The Home comes with a big screen, an adjustable stand, and two controllers that can work with the Oculus.

The controllers are actually designed to be a bit different from what you’d find on other VR headsets.

They’re supposed to allow you to play games like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt or Batman Arkham VR.

HTC says that it is using this technology to make the Home much more portable and easier to use, which could make it ideal for people who like to have their VR experiences more accessible.

Honda has also announced that the new Vive will be priced at $300, and that it should be available by the end of the year.

However if you want to get your hands on a Vive Pro, which is the full version of HTC’s Vive, the company has not announced a release date yet.

We have been testing a few different VR headsets, and one of the best is the Oculus Tracker, which can be used for both the Vive and the HTC Vives.

However the Tracker is designed to work with HTC’s HTC Vive headset, which means that you will need to purchase the Vive Pro to use the Tracker.

The Rift and Vive Tracker are both made by Oculus, so you’ll be able to get them together at some point, but HTC’s VR headset is going to have to be the one you buy if you plan on getting one.

Housing prices are going to go up for both of these headsets, but at least for the Vive, there’s no price increase.

This means that even if you buy a Rift or Vive Pro right now, you’re going to end up paying $400 for a device that can be yours for less than $500.

However for the HTC home, you’ll have to buy the Tracker separately, which gives you $350 to get you through the first few weeks of the Oculus and Vive launches.