Microsoft is ready to be augmented reality holographic glasses HoloLens available to US and Canadian businesses to buy.
In August 2, Microsoft announced the expansion of its sales range HoloLens holographic glasses, in addition to selling to developers and a handful of selected corporate partners, it also ready to sell to business users.
Now interested in buying businesses HoloLens glasses for internal use, and can purchase up to five HoloLens glasses. They can also buy HoloLens commercial kit comprising HoloLens hardware development editor, one-year warranty and & ldquo; enterprises to increase security and device management & rdquo ;.
Features HoloLens Commerce Suite include: the use of Microsoft products, such as desktop management tools Intune mobile device management; support for Windows Update for Business option; BitLocker data encryption; and access private enterprise version of Windows Store, and so on.
In March of this year, Microsoft began selling HoloLens Developer Edition, priced at $ 3,000. The company will only sell this equipment to its chosen business users and developers.
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto, Canada, in July this year, held on Microsoft executives mentioned for corporate users sales HoloLens. But then, the company spokesman clarified that this device is not yet fully to business users.
Microsoft HoloLens commercial websites pointed out that any interested & ldquo; Quantities, professional service appointment or learn HoloLens enterprise features & rdquo; people can contact Microsoft customer service representative or send an email to email@example.com.
I have asked Microsoft executives how many users are expected to pay for HoloLens, but did not receive a reply.
Microsoft executives also claimed for HoloLens Windows Holographic operating system Windows 10 anniversary of the upgrade program launched on August 2nd. Microsoft also prepared in accordance with established plans this week for Windows 10 PC computers, mobile phones and Xbox One users to launch Windows 10 anniversary of the upgrade program.
Microsoft CEO Satir & middot; Nadella (Satya Nadella) repeatedly stressed that Microsoft plans to offer the first HoloLens glasses enterprises to use, and then provide it to consumers. However, Microsoft did not specify when it is ready-to-consumer sales HoloLens glasses.