News You Might Have Missed: Week of July 13, 2018

on July 13, 2018
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AT&T to be the Exclusive US Distributor of the Magic Leap One

This week Magic Leap announced that the Magic Leap One Creator Edition will be available later in the summer.

When available for consumers, a timeframe that was not specified, AT&T customers will be among the first to experience it in select AT&T stores in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, with more markets to follow.

In a developer-focused Twitch stream, several Magic Leap employees offered details about the system specs for the AR headset. The headset will be powered by an Nvidia Tegra X2 system, probably one of the more powerful options for mobile devices, though it is bulky enough that the company needed to build a dedicated hip pack in order to house it.

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