Microsoft picks first UK reseller for HoloLens as a service

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Vendor launches subscription programme for mixed-reality headset with UK education partner

Microsoft has launched a HoloLens subscription service with UK education partner JTRS. The new programme will see customers lease the mixed-reality headset for £260 per month, for up to two year...

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