HTC is reported to be formally introducing their Vive standalone VR headset at the company's Vive Developer Conference in Beijing on November 14. The Chinese publication Yivian first reported about the headset, citing promotional material and an inside source that verified the existence of a Snapdragon 835 powered VR headset with inside-out tracking. The headset will utilize Viveport as its official content platform and, like the Oculus Go, will float in that sweet spot of affordability and capability between tethered and mobile VR HMDs.

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The Vive standalone VR headset was originally revealed to be in development during Google I/O this year as part of a line of standalone Google Daydream VR HMDs and a program was introduced allowing developers to register to create content for the headset.