Win an HTC Vive Pro Kit

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Win an HTC Vive Pro Kit
:    $2,199
No. of prizes
:    1
:    free
Competition type  
:    Random draw competitions  
:    This competition is already closed


"Win an HTC Vive Pro Kit" is a competition by and has a prize pool of $2,199 for 1 prize. Generous prize pool. and we hope to see more of this! Free entry is best. HTC introduced its revamped Vive Pro virtual reality headset at CES 2018, offering an updated design, improvements to audio, and a big increase to its display resolution. The only catch at the time was that HTC was only selling the headset by itself, meaning you'd have to shell out for trackers and controllers separately. Quite well known promoter of competitions which we have reviewed frequently.
Our rating: 4.5 (of 5.0)   © AussieContests,

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according to the competition's organizers.The competition close on 1 February, 2019.
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