HoloLens has sold just "thousands" so far, but "that's fine - it's all we need" insists Microsoft

Charlee Gothard
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All part of the roadmap?

Microsoft's HoloLens - which became available for pre-order six months ago in the US and in November 2016 for UK and EU developers - has currently only tempted developers in the "thousands", rather...

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