There’s a lot we know about the HoloLens, Microsoft’s upcoming augmented reality headset. There’s also a lot we don’t know about it, but a new report fills in some of the remaining blanks regarding battery life, connectivity, and app compatibility.
While speaking at an event in Tel Aviv, Microsoft Technical Evangelist Bruce Harris stated that the HoloLens’s battery will run between 2.5 and 5.5 hours between charges, depending on the task, according to Petri’s Brad Sams. Harris also told the crowd that the HoloLens will be able connect to just about any Wi-Fi- or Bluetooth-equipped device.
In addition, Harris explained that the HoloLens will be able to run any universal Windows 10 app, and said that the viewable area is similar in size to what you’d get if you held a 15-inch screen two feet from your face.
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SOURCE: PC World, Nick Mediati