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Microsoft’s HoloLens is shipping to developers

Windows 10, Office, and Azure may pay the bills at Microsoft, but it’s pretty much beyond debate that its most glamorous product is HoloLens, the mixed-reality headset which it announced in January 2015. A month ago, the company announced that it planned to start shipping $3,000 HoloLens developer kits on March 30. That’s today–and here … Continue reading “Microsoft’s HoloLens is shipping to developers”

Windows 10, Office, and Azure may pay the bills at Microsoft, but it’s pretty much beyond debate that its most glamorous product is HoloLens, the mixed-reality headset which it announced in January 2015. A month ago, the company announced that it planned to start shipping $3,000 HoloLens developer kits on March 30. That’s today–and here at the BUILD conference, Alex Kipman, the father of HoloLens, just confirmed that the deadline has been met.

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Still unknown: When HoloLens will ship in a consumer version, and how much it will cost when it does.

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Harry McCracken is the global technology editor for Fast Company, based in San Francisco. In past lives, he was editor at large for Time magazine, founder and editor of Technologizer, and editor of PC World.

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