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Hololens 2
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HoloLens 2 offers the most comfortable and immersive mixed reality experience available—enhanced by the reliability, security, and scalability of cloud and AI services from Microsoft. $3,500 per device.

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Magic Leap Creator Edition is the first product revealed from the super stealthy AR startup. The Creator Edition includes a headset, lightpack, and control.

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Business Insider
Magic Leap revealed the name and design of its smart glasses on Wednesday. The company says that the hardware will ship in 2018. Magic Leap didn't announce a price. Magic Leap updated its website on Wednesday morning, revealing its highly anticipated augmented reality smart glasses for the first time.
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Focals are custom-built glasses with a transparent holographic display only you can see. Focals let you see and respond to texts, get turn-by-turn directions, check the weather, request an Uber, talk to Amazon Alexa and more — all without looking away from your surroundings or calling attention to yourself.

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CNBC
Google and Intel made smart glasses - Google Glass and Vaunt - but neither product took off with consumers. Now, a start-up called North, formally Thalmic Labs, is introducing a pair of smart glasses that it thinks will appeal to the masses because the design looks so similar to normal glasses.
Engadget
"Focals are a pair of everyday smart glasses that are designed from the eyewear-first perspective," Stephen Lake, North's CEO and co-founder, told Engadget. "We realized that it can't be like previous approaches of smart glasses, where they try to stick a computer or tech on your face."
Techvibes
Wearables; the mention of the word evokes something different in everyone, whether it's a sleek metal watch that tracks heartbeats while streaming Spotify, or a bulky pair of goggles that any person-a techie or not-wouldn't be caught dead wearing in...
The Globe and Mail
A once-sawdust-ridden corner of a former woodworking shop in Waterloo, Ont., is now a tightly sealed laboratory where even a single speck of dust is considered a threat to the big gamble that one of the region's highest-profile technology companies is undertaking.
Twitter
KW is a hub for innovators & tech companies - and @focalsbynorth is a prime example. Congratulations to the entire team on your launch. https://t.co/dXKe9icchJ
Uncrate
If smart eyewear can achieve mainstream success, it might be through this new release from North. Focals are their augmented reality eyewear without a screen and instead rely on light that filters through a holographic lens with a display that...
VentureBeat
Well-financed wearables company Thalmic Labs is no more - the Canadian startup today announced that it will henceforth be known as North. But more important than that, Thalmic Labs North finally unveiled its second product: holographic smart glasses.
Wareable
While Silicon Valley shoots for total mixed reality immersion, the 500-person strong North (previously Thalmic Labs) has spent five years building Focals, a pair of stylish, everyday smartglasses. Focals are in many ways what you wanted Google Glass to be. They use an invisible holographic display that can show subtle overlays like...
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