We all know that Microsoft is making Hololens. What you probably didn’t know is that Microsoft might not be doing it alone for long.

The company is reportedly in talks with ASUS, who might wind up chipping in on the development of the virtual reality headgear. The point would be to help Microsoft cut costs and improve their hardware, while giving ASUS a boost when it comes to building their own, similar, headset.

The talks were confirmed to website CNET, with both ASUS chairman Jonney Shih and Microsoft’s Terry Myerson speaking about the subject. There are no fine details as yet, as though still need to be ironed out, but the end result could be more than one Hololens option on the market. Using Microsoft’s software platform, of course.

Source: Digital Trends

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