- Magic Leap’s long-awaited smartglasses are finally available to order in the United States.
- They cost $ 2,295 and will start shipping Wednesday for people in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
- The product is called Magic Leap One Creator Edition and is intended for developers and other professionals who want to make content for the platform.
Now, 2,065 days after the multibillion-dollar augmented-reality startup Magic Leap was revealed to the world in a cryptic TED Talk, its first product — a pair of futuristic smart glasses — is available to order in select US cities.
Magic Leap announced Wednesday that its product, Magic Leap One Creator Edition, was available to order on its website. The company says it will first ship orders to customers in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle starting today. People outside those six cities can preorder their device now, and Magic Leap says it will eventually ship to additional locations, though it didn’t specify a time frame for the wider rollout.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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- $ 2.3 billion later, Magic Leap’s futuristic headset has the same problem as Microsoft’s HoloLens
- People finally got to try Magic Leap, the futuristic device that Google and others invested over $ 2 billion into — and the results aren’t very positive