On Sunday, Microsoft did what everyone expected the company to do by unveiling the long awaited HoloLens 2.

Its main competitor in the AR headset space, Magic Leap, responded with a flurry of announcements, including a new partnership with South Korea’s SK Telecom and a new app from CNN.

Meanwhile, a Chinese startup with aspirations of competing with Microsoft and Magic Leap, Nreal, took a big step towards mainstream appeal with an assist from Qualcomm.

Hands-On with HoloLens 2 Reveals New AR Gold Standard

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