Where can you pre-order the Vive XR Elite?

Where can you pre-order the Vive XR Elite?
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You might be wondering where can you pre-order the Vive XR Elite following on from the product’s recent announcement at CES 2023.

The Vive XR Elite has now been officially unveiled and announced, with the Vive website suggesting a Q1 2023 release date. Alongside that, the product has been listed on Vive’s official website for pre-order with a bonus of 5 popular titles bundled with it. The product is also on amazon.com which includes the pre-order bonus. Though, neither the Vive US website or Amazon listing are clear about a release date for the Vive XR Elite in the US only hinting at an ‘early March 2023’ launch.

If you’re in the UK, it can be pre-ordered from SCAN with a due date of 28th February, or from Amazon UK with a release date of February 25th.

Pre-order the Vive XR Elite from the following retailers:

If you’re looking to pre-order the HTC Vive XR Elite, you’re going to be paying $1,099 in the US and £1,299 in the UK. These prices are much lower than the Meta Quest Pro, which costs $1,499 / £1,499. The Vive XR Elite might have the advantage here, as it offers similar specifications to Meta’s flagship VR headset.

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Is there a Vive XR Elite pre-order bonus?

If you’re looking to get ahead of the game and place your pre-order for the Vive XR Elite now, you’re going to be in luck as they’re currently offering a bonus that stacks 5 popular titles on top of the VR headset bundle. However, you must pre-order the headset before February 15th in order to grab this bonus.

Credit: Vive

The pre-order bonus is valued at $100+ and includes the games: Green Hell VR, LesMills Bodycombat, Unplugged Air Guitar, Figmin XR, and Glimpse. If you’re looking for a heavy-weight VR headset capable of sizing up to the Meta Quest Pro, the added bonus games certainly swing the pendulum in HTC’s favor.

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