Many of us can’t wait to get our hands on a Microsoft HoloLens headset. As Microsoft Technical Evangelist Bruce Harris has explained, the headset is expected to be wireless. It can connect to your devices via WiFi or Bluetooth. Multiple units can be connected over the Internet to allow users to share their experiences.
The battery life is expected to last up to 5.5 hours (will be much lower if you go crazy with your headset). Using the headset is like looking at a 15″ screen 2 feet from your face. Pricing information has not been announced, but the developer version costs $3000.