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When Microsoft announced HoloLens 2 early this year, Microsoft made it clear that they are focusing on the enterprise market. In fact, regular consumers can’t buy HoloLens 2 from Microsoft. Magic Leap One is the only competing product for HoloLens in the AR headset market. Following the reports of poor sales over the last few months, Magic Leap today announced Magic Leap 1 Enterprise Suite targeting enterprise market. Magic Leap 1 Enterprise Suite includes Magic Leap 1, an updated version of Magic Leap One Creator Edition headset and several enterprise support services. Magic Leap 1 Enterprise Suite includes:
- Magic Leap 1, an updated version of Magic Leap One Creator Edition, our wearable spatial computer that brings the physical and digital worlds together as one.
- Two-year access to Device Manager with enterprise-level support from Magic Leap. Device Manager lets authorized administrators control important aspects of working with Magic Leap 1, enabling them to remotely configure devices, deploy private apps, and manage login credentials all in one place.
- Two-year access to a RapidReplace program, so you can get a new device quickly if you need one.
- Two-year access to enterprise level support.
- A two-year extended warranty to guarantee Magic Leap 1 always works as it should.
Magic Leap 1 Enterprise Suite will cost the same $2995.
Magic Leap today also announced that they will be rolling out Jump by Magic Leap, a communication and collaboration platform, in the coming months.
With Jump by Magic Leap, companies can merge their digital content and experiences with multi-person, multi-site volumetric co-presence in the physical world, allowing for new forms of collaboration that were never before possible.
Magic Leap also mentioned that NTT Docomo will start selling Magic Leap 1 in Japan starting in Spring 2020.