HTC’s new PC viewer, which will also allow mobile connection, continues its intended path to reach the market.
The FCC test document of Live Cosmos it is now available, marking another step on its way to go on sale this year. This new viewer presented by HTC a few weeks ago at the CES is initially intended to be connected to the PC, apparently through a cable connection, since in the tests carried out by the certifying body we only find a 2.4 GHz radio signal, which is the same that the rest of the company’s PC viewers use, as we can see in the FCC of Vive Pro (model 2Q29100).
The Vive Cosmos viewfinder is listed by HTC as the 2Q2R100 model, and in the document we find an image that clearly shows that it is the aforementioned device, because it has on its sides additional cameras for absolute inside-out positioning.
At the moment we still do not know the specifications of Cosmos, although Qualcomm showed in the CES a reference design that could be the one used by HTC. We may know more at the MWC that will take place at the end of the month, as they also plan to launch developer kits earlier this year.