Microsoft HoloLens now available in 7 more countries

Microsoft has finally launched HoloLens in 7 new countries this week, allowing more developers access to the Windows Holographic platform. These new countries include Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

These new countries join the United States and Canada, of whom have been able to buy HoloLens for sometime now. Japan will also be joining the fray in early 2017, with more locations expected to be announced throughout next year.

HoloLens is available in two models, the Development Edition for developers, or the Commercial Suite for businesses. Depending on your wants and needs, you'll want to choose between either options. You can buy now directly from the Microsoft Store.

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  • When it will come in INDIA???😢 Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • It means you are going to buy the holo lens, aren't you?😕
  • Maybe he's Rich guy who can easily afford it.
  • No but just want to feel it Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Unless you are going to buy for development, there is no use now for you to get HoloLens in India. Just wait for Consumer Edition.
  • These are all the countries Nadella's been to outside of India.
  • Cool, but what can you actually do with it without looking utterly ridiculous?
  • You can develop an application for it. If there's nothing you can think of, then you aren't imaginative enough to consider buying the product.
  • Cool, but what can you actually say to contribute without sounding utterly ridiculous? Have you even seen any of the already developed apps?
  • All I can say is, get you some HoloLens if you can. Really wild (and fun) technology.
  • Hope to come to Hong Kong soon.
  • If Google's Tango works on a phone, what are the chances a Surface Phone (or highend Windows phone) could be the processing power of a small accessory version of the HoloLens? Wirelessly connected, the phone can stay in you pocket, but powers your more sleek glasses. Bigger headset for businesses (more capable), smaller for average Joe consumers.