Augmented and mixed reality are often seen as the next major revolution in mobile computing. But Microsoft is the only company on the market right now literally making billions, while others are still in development. While Apple is likely to do well in the consumer market, Microsoft is poised for the rest.
The Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10, with its powerful hardware and easy-access, stylish case, is the best desktop for VR. There are, however, a bunch of other options that you might be interested in based on budget and design.
Microsoft's HoloLens 2 headset went on general sale at the Microsoft Store earlier this year, but now the Development Edition is available in the U.S. with free Azure credits and trials for various development tools for $3,500.
HP is finally nearly ready to start shipping its new Reverb G2 Windows Mixed Reality headset. Those who have already preordered the $600 headset should see them arrive in November, while anyone preordering after September 24 will see headsets arrive in December.
Microsoft's HoloLens 2 is now available in 14 new markets, with South Korean coming later this fall. Besides wider availability, Microsoft is highlighting some real-world use cases with HoloLens 2 by major companies as examples of how the tech can streamline production and manufacturing.