Invitations are currently being fired out for the fourth wave of purchases for Microsoft's HoloLens Developer Edition, which will set purchasers back $3,000. Should you receive your invitation, you'll need to act within 10 calendar days of notification to take advantage of the opportunity. (If you don't act your position in the queue will be passed to another patient developer.)
Those who take Microsoft up on its invite will be taken to their own personal store, and will receive instructions on how to purchase the HoloLens Developer Edition.
More on HoloLens
- Hands-on with the Windows Holographic May 2016 Update
- Unboxing the HoloLens Development Edition
- 24 hours with the HoloLens Development Edition
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