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HoloLens 2 support, too.
Still focusing on enterprise users.
Hasn't abandoned its mixed-reality dreams.
Due later this year.
$3,500. <drops mic>
Announces Project Kinect for Azure.
No pricing yet, though.
Tech to live on in HoloLens.
As Dell unveils its Visor.
For developers. In the US.
The next HoloLens just got smarter.
Adds a new string to the DirectX bow.
At a tenth the cost, too.
Will launch something by year's end.
$3,000, including demo software.
Blends Cardboard and Glass.
New Band, Lumias, and HoloLens, too.
Lumia powered, naturally.
All the action from this year's E3 - the conferences, the games, the highs and lows.
Omni-Tool the logical next step.
DirectX 12 demoed, too.
For the first year, anyway.
January 24 2020 | 12:00
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