Vive Movement is discounted €120/£120, bringing it all the way down to €379/£379 from €499/£499. Movement is HTC’s light-weight headset designed for immersive media viewing, which launched nearly precisely a 12 months in the past. You may learn our full evaluate from final 12 months right here.
The Movement Black Friday supply additionally consists of the non-compulsory controller (normally bought individually as an adjunct for £64) and entry to Viveport Vista Infinity “at no further value.” Vista Infinity is the finances model of Vive’s principal Viveport service, providing entry to pick cell content material and apps on Movement and Focus headsets. HTC didn’t point out the size of the Vista Infinity subscription supplied with the Black Friday supply – we’ve reached out for clarification.
The supply is out there in Europe via Vive immediately, or through Amazon and different “choose retailers.” It begins right this moment and runs till December 4.
That’s not the one supply obtainable although, with HTC’s Professional 2 vary additionally receiving some Black Friday reductions. The Vive Professional 2 Full Equipment (together with the headset itself, two Vive wand controllers and two of Valve’s 2.0 SteamVR Base Stations) is discounted by €100/£100, bringing it all the way down to €1199/£1199. The supply additionally features a 12-month subscription to Viveport Infinity, bundled in at no further value.
In the event you’re simply on the lookout for the headset and don’t want the bottom stations or controllers, then the Vive Professional 2 headset can also be obtainable by itself, discounted by €100/£100. This brings it all the way down to €619/£619, with 12 months of Viveport included as nicely. There’s additionally reductions for the earlier vary of Professional headsets, with the unique Vive Professional Full Equipment mannequin and the Vive Professional Eye Full Equipment discounted by €200/£200 on Amazon.
Hold a watch out for extra VR gross sales and reductions as we strategy Black Friday later this week.