Why I’m so intrigued by the new HTC Vive virtual reality headset

I’ve been a fan of the HTC Vive since it first launched back in 2015.

It’s got an impressive build quality and an incredible range of content to choose from.

It also has the highest resolution and highest resolution graphics you can get on a VR headset.

The Vive, of course, is just one of a number of high-end headsets coming to the market in the coming months, but it’s one that I’m really excited about.

It was one of the first VR headsets I’ve actually played, and I’m pretty happy with it, even if I’m not a huge fan of its VR capabilities.

The HTC Vive has been one of my favorite VR headsets for quite some time, and while it still lacks some of the unique VR experiences that the Oculus Rift offers, it’s a solid piece of kit that I think will be a great choice for many people looking for a VR experience.

I’m a huge HTC fan.

I’m also a huge VR fan.

While I’m an avid gamer, I’ve never really considered myself a “true” VR player.

I just sort of enjoyed the first few years of VR, and eventually, I just felt like VR was a better way to experience the world than gaming.

I never really got into a full-on immersive gaming experience, and after the launch of the Oculus VR headset, I had to find a different path.

The HTC Vive, on the other hand, feels like it will offer something different.

It’s a good thing too, because it’s such a compelling VR experience that it makes a great virtual reality phone.

HTC’s Vive line is packed with great games and experiences, from the free-to-play Rocket League to the highly-anticipated HTC Worlds, and the HTC VR headset offers a lot to choose.

While there are a lot of great VR games available on the HTC app store, I prefer to go for the free HTC Vive games because I’m more interested in what HTC has to offer.

It makes sense to me, because HTC is known for providing a fantastic VR experience, especially when it comes to games.

The Vive comes with a number game libraries that are all free to play, and that’s a pretty good thing for a phone.

I also like the fact that you can easily create a collection of your own VR experiences using the Vive’s built-in library.

It includes the first-person shooter Rocket League, the first ever multiplayer VR game with cross-platform play, the horror game The Evil Within 2, and even a VR game called Inversion.

There are also a few VR games that are not on the Vive app store that I haven’t yet played, like Super Meat Boy.

While there are games that aren’t on the VR app store I’m looking forward to playing, I’m definitely not looking for something that I’ve played 100 percent of.

There’s a lot more content that’s available, so I’m going to need to spend a little more time with the HTC HTC Vive to really understand what it’s all about.

If you’re a fan who doesn’t want to spend hours on the couch, HTC’s VR headset is also available for $599.

That’s a great deal, and it’s available for preorder now, and you can buy it directly from HTC.

I’ll update this review when it goes live.