If you've been eyeing a HTC Vive but haven't yet pulled the trigger due to cost, today is the day you'll want to finally hit that buy button. This one-day price drop brings the cost of the VR headset down to $699 from its regular price of $799. The Vive can make you feel like you are in a different place with its immersive experiences in which you can play games, paint pictures and more.
In addition to saving the $100 on the initial purchase, you can also grab Arcade Saga for free on VIVEPORT and a month subscription to VIVEPORT. Some retailers, like Amazon, are offering additional games for free. You can grab one from the following retailers:
Wireless chargers have been around for several years now, but even as the technology has improved, the market's still flooded with older, cheaper, inferior pads. If you want to grab a wireless charger that'll last and work best for your current (and future) devices, here's how to tell the difference between a bad charger and a good one.
The default Oculus Quest 2 facial interface has plenty of foam padding, but this material is a magnet for sweat, bacteria, and acne-inducing grime. Yuck! That's why we recommend investing in one of these leather, silicone, or flannel face covers that can be easily removed and cleaned, so your VR gaming is a worry-free and more sanitary experience.