Save big on HTC Vive's with Amazon Black Friday deals, up to 43% off

HTC have discounted their Vive line of virtual reality headsets and accessories on Amazon for Black Friday, up to 41 percent off!

@AdamHuntTT
Published Fri, Nov 26 2021 5:15 AM CST   |   Updated Fri, Dec 17 2021 5:00 AM CST

The huge deals in the lead-up to Black Friday continue, where on Amazon, you can now find HTC Vive's and their accessories for discounts up to 41% off.

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The HTC Vive Pro Eye is available in a complete kit, including the two controllers and two base stations, with the option to add in a Vive tracker, or you can opt for the headset on its own. The Vive Pro is also available in all the same configurations but lacks the built-in eye-tracking of the Vive Pro Eye.

Alternatively, the Vive Cosmos Elite comes in a complete kit, including two controllers and two base stations, with the option to purchase it as a standalone headset.

The accessories on sale include the wireless adapter for the Vive Pro and Vive Cosmos series and the Vive Deluxe Audio Strap to provide a first-party audio solution.

Check out the deals below!

HTC Vive Deluxe Audio Strap - was $99.99 - now $69.00 - you save $30.99 (31%).

HTC VIVE Pro Virtual Reality Headset - was $1,199.01 - now $899.00 - you save $300.01 (25%).

HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Headset Only - PC - was $549.00 - now $399.00 - you save $150.00 (27%).

HTC Vive Wireless Adapter for Vive Pro/ Cosmos Series - was $349.00 - now $199.00 - you save $150.00 (43%).

HTC Vive Pro Eye Virtual Reality System - was $1,399.00 - now $1,099.00 - you save $300.00 (21%).

HTC Vive Pro Eye Virtual Reality Headset Only - was $799.00 - now $599.00 - you save $200.00 (25%).

HTC Vive Cosmos Elite Virtual Reality System - PC - was $899.99 - now $649.00 - you save $250.99 (28%).

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Adam grew up watching his dad play Turok 2 and Age of Empires on a PC in his computer room, and learned a love for video games through him. Adam was always working with computers, which helped build his natural affinity for working with them, leading to him building his own at 14, after taking apart and tinkering with other old computers and tech lying around. Adam has always been very interested in STEM subjects, and is always trying to learn more about the world and the way it works.

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