Here’s what your PC needs to run Windows 10’s Mixed Reality VR

Windows 10’s blurring of physical and digital barriers is inching closer towards reality.

Microsoft’s Windows 10 Mixed Reality headset partners—including Acer, Asus, Dell, and HP—were at the Build 2017 conference this week talking up their hardware. The initial models will also be priced at $399 or less, which is significantly cheaper than gaming-centric virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.

The new Windows 10 headsets are expected to start rolling out in the summer in the form of “Developers Edition” headsets by Acer and HP, with a wider consumer release scheduled for the holiday season. That’s the plan, anyway. At one point Microsoft hinted that these headsets would launch a lot closer to the April release of the Windows 10 Creators Update, so who knows if we’ll see more delays?

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