After teasing the idea last month, ASUS has confirmed that it's planning to release an augmented reality (AR) headset sometime in 2016. "It should be next year when we come out with a product. We think AR will be very important for people's lives," said CEO Jonny Shih, according to CNET. Judging by ASUS's earlier comments, the device will be a version of Microsoft's HoloLens and likely come at a lower price. However, ASUS neither confirmed that it would be a HoloLens clone, nor the final price during an earnings webcast yesterday.