Virtual reality still isn’t ready for mainstream attention. But it’s getting closer. Today at CES, HTC unveiled arguably the biggest leap in the space since the originally hype-worthy headset, Oculus Rift. The higher-resolution upgrade offers not only a clearer picture and more detail, but immersive sound through attached speakers and a new jumping off point into VR worlds called Viveport. But almost lost in the shuffle of the new headset was a piece of hardware that’ll arguably prove more important to the future of VR: the Vive Wireless Adapter. The adapter replaces the convoluted mess of cables that used to… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: HTC
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