Microsoft announced the first shipments of Microsoft HoloLens Development Kits today. In a twitter post Microsoft showed off the packaging for the device for the first time. The bundle appears to contain one set of augmented-reality glasses, a holding case and a clicker used to control the device.
When the Dev Kit pre-order was first announced, the cost of a kit was $3000 and it was only available in the US and Canada. Worldwide availability and pricing have yet to be announced.
Unfortunately, there is still no news on a retail edition. However, previous announcements have showcased some of the amazing things that developers can do with HoloLens. With more people getting hands-on time with the device, it surely means that consumers will be seeing more of what HoloLens is capable of in the near future.
Are you excited to see what HoloLens has to offer? Let us know in the comments.
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This post was originally written by Oisin Kilkenny-Fletcher.