HTC is planning on revealing its all-in-one headset with virtual and augmented reality support at CES next month, Engadget reported. The electronics company does not yet have a name for the product, but it will be unveiled at the trade show on January 5. The device, which has front- and side-facing cameras, is meant to compete with the Meta Quest Pro and the Pico 4. The goggles will deliver a full color, passthrough video feed that will make for a totally immersive experience. According to HTC, the device will last up to two hours on a single charge and can be used for exercise, entertainment or even productivity.
In other news from CES, HANDL New York will demonstrate a new line of phone grips and stands at the trade show. The O Collection features an elastic loop which allows flexibility and ergonomics with additional versatility. The phone grip can be used as a stand in both landscape and portrait and can easily be held with one finger. The company’s products are available now on its website or on Amazon and range in price from $9.99 to $39.99.
Lastly, the wearable technology market is expected to grow to $110.8 billion by 2027, according to a new report from Research and Markets. One of the biggest factors behind the market’s increase is the ongoing growth in the global healthcare industry. Consumers’ preferences for compact health and fitness devices, such as watches and trackers, are also expected to support the growth.
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