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As reported by The Verge, Microsoft may be teasing an up and coming launch for the HoloLens 2. Earlier in the month, Microsoft’s technical fellow and HoloLens creator, Alex Kipman, published a 42-second video on YouTube which shows what appears to be a processor and perhaps a carbon-fibre construction. Kipman posted the video with the caption “Are you excited yet? I am! This has sparked rumours that Microsoft are planning to unveil the HoloLens 2 at the Mobile World Conference next week. The event takes place in Barcelona on February 24th. Microsoft will stream the event live here at 5PM CET / 11AM ET / 4PM UK. Some of The Things You Can Expect With HoloLens 2 Currently, the HoloLens has a 35-degree FOV and weighs 579 grams. Some of the things we can expect with the new device is for it to be smaller, lighter, include eye-tracking and have a 70-degree field of view, twice that of what it is now. You can also expect additional comfort thanks to the lighter frame. According to a post by Windows Central. The mixed reality headset will also come with a new, custom Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) that will feature an AI…

Since it was first announced three years ago. Hololens continue to remain the leader in the mixed / augmented reality headset space. Microsoft first made the device available for developers and enterprises. Soon after, the technology giants have made it possible for anybody willing to front the cash to have their very Hololens headset sent to their door. Only thing is. At a ball-wrenching 3000 dollars. Most will have to be satisfied with living of packed noodles and getting the bus to work until some costs can be covered. In reality. The average Joe will have to wait for the more affordable consumer edition to be released before getting the chance to experience Hololens for themselves.  When Will the Consumer Edition be Released & How Much Will It Cost?  Many expected Microsoft to roll out the second edition in 2019, making this headset for the consumer market. However, the company have since cancelled all developments of version 2. Instead, they have decided to concentrate on developing a third edition. Microsoft explains that having no real competition means they can rearrange their plan and put more focus in to making a better product. The fact that CEO of Microsoft Satya Nadella said…