Hire HTC Vive Pro

Rental Pricing:

  • $99 - Up to 3 Nights
  • $107 - 4 Nights
  • $115 - 5 Nights
  • $122 - 6 Nights
  • $129 - 1 Week
  • $219 - 2 Weeks
  • Long Term Rentals Available

+ Refundable Security Deposit of $199 per rental (not per item)

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Some of the games to play, please Contact Us for a full list.

Game hire / event license fees may apply.

The Vive Pro has 78% higher resolution than the regular HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, and over double the resolution of the PlayStation VR. The extra resolution really makes everything that much more real. It also comes with headphones capable of Hi-Res and 3D spatial audio. See and hear in the virtual world, clearer than ever, renting the Vive Pro.

The redesigned face cushion and nose pad block even more light than the original Vive, which deepens your sense of presence. The face cushion contours to most face shapes with new cloth-lined foam, while the nose rest covers any nose shape thanks to a unique flower petal-inspired design.

Each controller features 24 sensors for accurate tracking and unobstructed movement. You get that 360˚ motion tracking with Vive thanks to two base stations that plots the headset and controllers exact location in space. When setting it up, you walk around the boundary of your play area, and it learns the layout. Then if you move your head or arm to the boundary, the Chaperone guidance system warns you with a blue grid in your vision.

  • HTC Vive Pro Headset
  • 1 x VR Cover
  • 2 x Sensors
  • 2 x Clamps for Sensors (clamp onto a flat surface up to about 4cm thick)
  • 2 x Sensor Power Supplies
  • 2 x Wireless Motion Controllers
  • 2 x Micro USB Cables
  • 2 x USB Chargers to recharge controllers
  • 1 x Link Box
  • 1 x Link Box Power Supply
  • 1 x Male to Male USB 3.0 Cable
  • 1 x Display Port 1.2 Cable
  • 1 x Cleaning Cloth

We use Courier Post to send the HTC Vive Pro to you anywhere in New Zealand, and send you easy to follow instructions on how to set everything up. If you need a gaming desktop PC too, we also rent those.

Included in the package is a prepaid return label, so on the last day of the rental you can drop that off at your local post office, they'll scan it and return it to us. More information can also be seen in our how VR Rentals Work page.

HTC offers a free download to check your PC's compatibility, this can be downloaded here: PC Check. Due to the complex nature of PC and hardware compatibility however, this should used as a rough guide only and not any type of guarantee that it will work. Also SteamVR Performance Test is free and can be used to benchmark your PC, showing you how well it may run VR.

The minimum system requirements for the headset include:

GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, AMD RX 480 equivalent or better

CPU: Intel i5-4590, AMD Ryzen 5 1600

RAM: 4 GB or more

Hard Drive: 30 GB or more of free space

Video Output: Display Port 1.2 Output (Note: It doesn't work with HDMI)

USB Port: 1x USB 3.0 or better

Operating System: Windows 8.1 or later, Windows 10

Extra Requirements: You will need administrator access rights on your PC to use the VR headset. If you're using a work supplied PC, please check with your IT department that you have administrator rights.

Note: The Vive is recommended for indoor use, and we cannot guarantee the tracking will work outdoors.

You need a minimum of 1 x 1 meter of free space to use the Vive, however some content will work best with a minimum play area of 2 x 1.5 meters. The two sensors need:

  • Higher than anyone who will be standing or sitting in the area
  • In opposite corners from each other, with clear light of sight to each other
  • No more than 5 meters apart
  • Each sensor has a 2.2 meter power cable which needs plugging in

We include clamps, which attach to the sensor, and clamp onto a flat surface up to about 4cm thick. If there's nowhere to attach those however, we also rent 1.8 meter tall light stands, but they do take up more floor space.

Running more than one Vive close by can be glitchy because of interface from the sensors. However separating them by thick fabric or other surfaces, should mean you can run multiple Vive's next to each other. This is how VR arcades run multiple Vive in one room.

Aside from the gear we provide, you may need a desktop PC. If you don't have a suitable PC, we also rent those. You just need a monitor or a TV with an HDMI input (almost any TV in the past 10 years, and most monitors).