Microsoft HoloLens 2 With Better Display launched at MWC 2019


Microsoft has launched its innovative mixed-reality headset and the second generation of their popular HoloLens headset, Microsoft HoloLens 2. The new generation HoloLens brings more innovative features to explore the best of virtual reality.

The company has redesigned this HoloLens which now has a lot of improvements. Starting from its design to its features, the company has improved everything in the new edition. The design of this device is now more comfortable and fits well on all sizes of heads. It now has improved gesture controls and a better display. Everything that you might have been waiting for is here to explore with the new HoloLens 2.

The new generation HoloLens 2 is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850 Chipset which offers superior performance. It comes with a built-in unit for holographic. Moreover, the company has deployed an innovative MEMS display technology for this special device to offer the best experience of exploring virtual reality.

Moreover, the device has a 5-Channel microphone array with built-in spatial audio for each microphone. For security, the user can authentic this device with an Iris Scanner. Yes, the new HoloLens 2 features an advanced Iris Scanner to keep it secured. For video conferencing, it features an 8 Megapixel of a camera. You can recharge this device using a USB type-C port.

This device lets the users interact with others using his hands while wearing it. It also comes with a few innovative features for controlling the device with voice commands and eye tracking. It offers full security so you will never mess up while using this device with anybody.

If we talk about the design, the device comes with an easy-to-wear and easy-to-fit design with a visor. With vapor chamber technology, the device runs at medium temperature and you can wear it for hours without any issues. It is there as the thermal management unit.

Microsoft HoloLens 2: Price and Availability

Microsoft has just unveiled this new generation virtual reality headset at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The device has been priced at $3,500. The company has made it available to buy for the consumers of the United States, Japan, China, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia, and New Zealand. More markets will be added to the list very soon.

People who want to buy this device can head over to the company’s official e-Store from where they can book it and purchase it.

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