giveaway htc vive vr headset glasses
giveaway htc vive vr headset glasses

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Giveaway Ends: January 1, 2017

Open to: Worldwide

Giveaway Prize(s)

1 x HTC Vive VR headset glasses
2 x Google Cardboard
3 x $20 steam gift card
4 x $25 gift card pack
5 x T-Shirt Swag Pack

More info about prize(s):

In the box

  • Headset with 3-in-1 cable and audio cable
  • 2 wireless controllers with lanyards
  • 2 micro-USB chargers
  • 2 base stations
  • 2 base station power adapters
  • Sync cable (optional)
  • Mounting kit
  • Link box
  • Link box mounting pad
  • Link box power adapter
  • HDMI cable
  • USB cable
  • Earbuds
  • Interchangeable face cushion (narrow)
  • Cleaning cloth
  • Documentation

System requirements


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9 480 equivalent or better


Intel Core i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 equivalent or better


4GB RAM or more

Video out

HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2 or newer

USB ports

1 USB 2.0 or better port

Operating system

Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, or Windows 10

Tech specs


  • Resolution: 2160 x 1200 combined resolution
  • Refresh rate: 90Hz
  • Field of view: 110˚
  • Headset sensors: 32 sensors for 360˚ motion tracking
  • Adjustable: Interchangeable foam inserts and nose pads. Fits most eyeglasses.


  • 2 controllers
  • Sensors: 24 sensors for accurate tracking
  • Trackpad: Multi-function trackpad
  • HD haptic feedback

Base stations

  • 2 base stations
  • 360˚ motion tracking
  • Wirelessly synced

Play area requirements

  • Standing/Seated: No min. space requirements
  • Room scale: 6’6’’ x 5’ min. room size, 16’4’’ max. between base stations

Google Cardboard is a virtual reality (VR) platform developed by Google for use with a head mount for a smartphone. Named for its fold-out cardboard viewer, the platform is intended as a low-cost system to encourage interest and development in VR applications.

Users can either build their own viewer from simple, low-cost components using specifications published by Google, or purchase a pre-manufactured one. The viewer is used by placing a smartphone into the back of it and viewing through the lenses in the front.

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