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It has been six years since HTC made its first VR headset. But the company's latest product, the Vive Flow, takes a totally new approach. The phone-connected VR glasses, coming later this year for $500, can make their own prescription adjustments. That means you don't need to wear glasses at all, provided the Flow's prescription-adjusting range fits your eyes. And, for one of us, it did: At last, we could ditch our glasses.
HTC would prefer we not call the Vive Flow a VR headset. If asked, the company would tell you these are smart glasses designed to be taken with you everywhere and used when you need to escape reality for a moment. But they're not exactly glasses, either. You can't see through the massive mirrored domes unless you …
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