HTC Vive XR Elite Chip ID
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The HTC Vive XR Elite is an all-in-one extended reality (XR) headset, released in March 2023. The XR Elite builds upon the HTC Flow and retains many of the Flow's features, such as the lightweight design, pancake optics, and diopter adjustment. The XR Elite has a detachable battery cradle built into the head strap. The batteries connect via USB-C and can power the headset for two hours. The headset also comes with two glasses-style arm attachments.
The headset runs in standalone using the onboard Snapdragon XR2 chip. It can also run in PCVR mode via the USB-C connector or wirelessly via Wi-Fi 6E. It uses four cameras for inside-out tracking and comes with two Vive XR controllers. The HTC Vive XR Elite costs $1,099 at the time of release.
Weight: 625g (with battery cradle)
Optics: 110° diagonal field of view, 54-73 mm IPD range, 0-6 diopter adjustment
Display: LCD panel, 90Hz, 1600x1600 pixels per eye
Audio: Built-in stereo speakers, dual microphones
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2
Memory: 12 GB LPDDR4X
Storage: 128 GB
Battery: 24.32 Wh (2x12.16 Wh) li-po (primary), 1.47 Wh li-po (hot-swap)
Sensors: Five cameras, depth sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, face proximity
OS Platform: Android
Connectivity: USB-C 3.2, Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2 LE,
Controllers: Two Vive XR controllers
Modularity: Magnetic face cushion, detachable head strap with battery cradle, optional face and eye tracking module