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ASUS may make its own version of Microsoft's HoloLens glasses

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
October 19, 2015
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Microsoft might not be the only one making a holographic augmented reality headset in the near future. ASUS has revealed to CNET that it's talking to Microsoft about making a version of HoloLens. The firm is "still evaluating" what these glasses would look like, so you shouldn't expect to wear Republic of Gamers-branded eyewear any time soon. However, Microsoft is quick to note it's trying to "create a category" with HoloLens -- it wants to see a full-fledged holographic display ecosystem, not just its own gear. Don't be surprised if the technology (eventually) hits the mainstream through ASUS and a slew of other familiar Windows hardware makers.

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