"Valve Prism" website appears online, real or fake?

" Experience your SteamVR games anywhere"

With built-in eye and face-tracking, automatic interpupillary distance adjustment, and foveated rendering in compatible games, Valve Prism has the most advanced array of sensors on any SteamVR headset.

Models costing US$ 1.299 and $1.499

Some reactions on the socials question if this really a Valve product, or a fake website to sting a bit (i.e. in response to the long-awaited Deckard headset).

“Valve Prism is a full-blown PC”… sounds really weird to call it a PC.

But has got the legal stuff in the footer, i.e. “© 2024 VaIve Corporation. All rights reserved. All trademarks property of their respective owners in the U.S. and other countries. Steam, the Steam logo, VaIve Prism, Steam Deck, and the VaIve Prism logo are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of VaIve Corporation in the U.S. and/or other countries.”

Let’s see how this develops…

Edit: someone observed that the L in “© 2024 VaIve Corporation” is actually an i, consistently…

So, probably fake then, ah well…

Update: In an email to PC Gamer, Valve confirmed the website and Valve Prism are fake. Original story below.