Everybody was anticipating something new from HTC, but it surprised us all with something completely different when at MWC, it launched a full body VR (Virtual Reality), the HTC ReVive, in collaboration with the American game development company Valve. The headset boasts a 90Hz refresh rate and offers 360 degree views to its users. Unlike the previous VR devices, this has brought in a wide range of changes. The full body VR involves Kinect-style lasers to track even the smallest of body movements, letting players become fully immersed in their games and lightweight virtual reality headset supports full room-scale environments, and aims to let you get up, walk around, and interact with objects in the virtual space from every angle. HTC will also be producing "wireless VR controllers" along with the headset. Also, when compared to other VR, this is a very flexible model as it connects with your PC, while Samsung's VR is only compatible with the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge models. It is also said to bar the "screen door effect" being faced in the Oculus Rift. After pairing up with Valve, the gamer community has been the most expectant of this product with the need of enhanced experience in gaming and heightened visual stimulation and better sound quality. It was also announced that the developer's edition will be available by spring and the consumer set by fall. For more information, visit the HTC NewsRoom.