【微软的HoloLens在六个国家接受预订 下月出货】

【微软的HoloLens在六个国家接受预订 下月出货】日前,公司宣布HoloLens在澳大利亚、法国、德国、爱尔兰、新西兰和英国接受预订。HoloLens是微软的一款增强现实(AR)眼镜,同时又是一个独立的计算机,目前在美国和加拿大销售。HoloLens主要针对开发人员而非消费者,但微软在8月宣布,驱动HoloLens的软件很快将在Windows 10 PC端运行。

Microsoft's HoloLens is going global, now available in 6 more countries

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Microsoft is taking its augmented reality headset global.

On Thursday, the company announced that the HoloLens, what it calls "the world's first self-contained holographic computer," was available for preorder in Australia, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand and the UK. It's currently on-sale in the U.S. and Canada.

Access to the technology won't be cheap: In Australia, the Development Edition costs A$4,369 and the Commercial Suite costs A$7,269, only from the Microsoft store. Both will ship in late November.

In Germany, France and Ireland, it will cost 3,299 Euro; in the UK, £2,719; and in New Zealand, NZ$7,829.

Unlike virtual reality headsets such as the Oculus Rift, the HoloLens is intended to add to or enhance what you see in reality.

As Mashable pointed out in its hands-on with the Development Edition of the device, it's built so as not to cut off the wearer from the outside world, right down to using a visor instead of goggles and downward-facing speakers rather than headphones.

Also unlike the Oculus Rift headset, it's a self-contained computer and does not require a connection with an outside PC.

The HoloLens is still mostly intended for developers rather than consumers, but Microsoft announced in August the software powering the device would soon be able to run on Windows 10 PCs.

http://mashable.com/2016/10/12/microsoft-hololens-australia-france/?utm_cid=hp-h-1#8LhLMrmtgSqt


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