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HTC is thinking about selling its virtual reality business after

Monday, August 28th, 2017 | Gadgets

HTC is to consider selling its virtual reality business Vive. According to a media report, the Google mother is an alphabet. Even a complete sale of HTC would be in the room, but a buyer for the entire company would be difficult to find.

With the Vive, HTC currently has one of the best known and most powerful virtual reality devices on offer. The headsets should have had a large share of the rescue of the Taiwanese company, which in the past years had to fight with the breaking down smartphone market. The former Android pioneer has only a market share of about two per cent in mobile phones. HTC had already lowered the price of its Vive glasses to 200 US dollars last week to boost sales and increase the user base. In Germany, Oliver Wöhler has been responsible for all sales and partner activities in the DACH region for HTC Vive since the beginning of the year. In his first interview since the start of the new position, he told HORIZONT Online in March that he is mainly engaged in long-term and partnership-based cooperation with the trade (see below). HTC Vive Sales Manager Oliver Wöhler at the Mobile World Congress
    Specifically, the stationary trade has the opportunity to show its customers and above all also new target groups an extraordinary technology live on site, according to Wöhler. HTC Vive works together with Ikea and Audi. Customers can opt for the Vive virtually for a kitchen or car equipment. ron





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