Microsoft has finally begun shipping its pricey augmented reality headgear to customers.
After some initial floundering, and some frankly odd home entertainment demonstrations, the HoloLens has carved itself a niche as a gizmo aimed at workers that need to keep their hands free.
While the first HoloLens carried the whiff of a prototype hurriedly booted into production as all around it seemed to be being cancelled, the latest version is a much more polished affair.
We took a look last month and came away impressed with the potential, if not the price.
And goodness, the augmented reality eyewear is not cheap, at $3,500 for the device (or $99 per month for the development edition, $125 with Dynamics 365 Remote Assist), only the well-heeled enthusiast will be picking one up.
For Enterprises it is a different matter, with customers such as CBRE regarding the thing as just another tool to assist engineers in the field.