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[* red] After unplugging ~~ourselves from the Matrix~~ the four headset cables, we spy the headset's model number: 0PJT1000PJT100.
[* red] After unplugging ~~ourselves from the Matrix~~ the four headset cables, we spy the headset's model number: 0PJT1000PJT100.
[* black] We also spot a standard 3.5 mm audio jack, DC barrel jack, and a single HDMI port flanked by two USB 3.0 ports.
[* black [* icon_note] Interestingly, HTC left the rightmost USB port open for third-party accessories. In fact, Leap Motion has already developed a [http://store-us.leapmotion.com/products/universal-vr-mount-pre-order|specialized mount|new_window=true] that will allow users to attach a Leap Motion Controller to the front of their Vive.
[* black [* icon_note] Interestingly, HTC left the rightmost USB port open for third-party accessories. In fact, Leap Motion has already developed a [http://store-us.leapmotion.com/products/universal-vr-mount-pre-order|specialized mount|new_window=true] that will allow users to attach a Leap Motion Controller to the front of their Vive.
[* black] Bottoms up! We flip the Vive and go eye-to-eye with the front-facing camera. This unblinking cyclops also provides AR for the Vive. What's it running on? Let's get inside and find out.