Microsoft starts shipping its HoloLens development kits

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At today’s BUILD 2016 conference, Microsoft announced that it would start shipping its HoloLens developer kits immediately. Microsoft made the device available for pre-orders in January for the asking price of $3000 per kit. However, only qualified developers from the US and Canada will be able to get HoloLens development kits.

Microsoft also showed how HoloLens will work by presenting a hands-on demo. The company also reveled a couple of partners, including NASA, that will help in the future development of HoloLens for even more possibilities.

Developing. Check out our Microsoft Build 2016 Live Blog for the latest updates from Windows Report!

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