In this post, we will be talking about the latest virtual reality headset from Valve Corporation, the Valve Index. Valve Corporation’s newest model, Valve Index, is out in the market, and the early reviews seem good. Valve index is the newest virtual reality headset from the company, and the announcement of the product was made back on 30th April of this year. We have got all the recent updates and information regarding the latest model, so here is everything you need to know about Valve Index.
Valve Index Specifications:
According to reports, the company had its focus mainly on the design and quality of the headset. They aim to provide the best experience from the product which is built with a high class. The headset has a dual LCD panel of 1440×1600 LCD for each eye, and according to Valve Corporation, this arrangement is superior to it, and it will provide 50% more subpixels than it. This will provide a very high visual quality with good sharpness.
Apart from it, there is nothing much to boast about, The design is good, and it gives a quality look, however, its pretty standard, but, according to reviews, it does its job just fine.
According to the official picture of the device, the primary requirement to use this headset is the GTX 1070 and a DisplayPort 1.2. It will support USB 3.0 ports. According to Valve, The headset provides a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and an IPS slider is provided, which enables the user to customize the distance of the displays from the eyes.
Valve Index: System Requirements:
System Requirements to use Valve Index: (From Trusted Reviews)
- OS: Windows 10 / Linux / Steam OS
- RAM: 8 GB or higher
- CPU: MIn Dual Core with Hyperthreading
Valve Index Price and update:
Valve Index released on 28th June and the cost of the headset is $999.