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For those of us who have not bought the HTC Vive and are wondering what’s going on with it, here’s something that will blow your mind. And that would not be good because you wouldn’t really have a head to put a headset on.


This is the organized mess that will come to those who paid $799 for it. Wanna know what’s in it to make your virtually realistic dreams come true?

In order from A to P:

  • Two base stations
  • A sync cable
  • Two power adapters for the base station
  • A mounting kit
  • A link box
  • A link box mounting pad
  • A link box power adapter
  • An HDMI cable
  • A USB cable
  • A pair of earbuds
  • A narrower face cushion
  • A cleaning cloth
  • Documentation
  • The headset
  • Two controllers (with lanyards)
  • Two micro USB chargers

That’s one big box that you’ll sooner or later get. We’re assured that there are no extra pieces. Orders are still targeted for a May release, but if you’re a little late to the ball, expect to wait on that a bit more. That last bit is more or less the same for those cashing out on the Oculus Rift.

Via: Phandroid

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