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Answering Common Questions About VIVE Trackers

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After spending over 3 years listening to user feedback on Tracker 2.0, we are launching VIVE Tracker (3.0). There are no perfect products; there are only the ones that most suit your needs. At VIVE, we share the mentality of continuous improvement by taking valuable advice from our users. Through this process, we learned that smaller size and longer battery life are what everyone expects from Trackers.

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▲VIVE Tracker 3.0 is much smaller than 2.0

▲VIVE Tracker 3.0 is 33% smaller, 15% lighter and 75% longer-lasting compared to 2.0.

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▲VIVE Tracker 3.0 offers 240° FOV tracking

VIVE Tracker FOV

After the launch of 3.0 we received many questions from users: 

Q1: Is Tracker (3.0) durable?

A: HTC began as a hardware manufacturer; industrial design is what we do best. Durability is an important factor always being considered during our design process. If you are satisfied with Tracker 2.0, Tracker 3.0 will also serve you well.

Q2: Has Tracker 3.0 improved on precision?

A: Its Precision is the same as Tracker 2.0. After all, we reduced the size and weight, yet managed to increase battery life. With only a small sacrifice on the FOV, from 270° to 240°, user experience is largely unaffected. We saw that most users only need 180° FOV tracking, so we believe that it won’t affect user experience.

Q3: Can I use Tracker 3.0 while charging?

A: Yes. However, there is a potential problem with magnetic interference in some special environments. Therefore, Tracker 3.0 also supports USB-C charging.

Q4: Can I use Base Station 1.0/2.0 with Tracker 3.0? And if I already owned the last Tracker, can I use it with Tracker 3.0?

A: Yes, you can use Tracker 3.0 with Base Station 1.0/2.0 and Tracker 2.0.

If you have more questions about Tracker 3.0 or advice for the future, you are welcome to share them with us. We’re always happy to help.

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