Last year Microsoft promised us a number of Windows Holographic headsets from their OEM partners, and at CES 2017 it appears that these companies will be delivering, with Microsoft showing off prototype headsets from Acer, Dell, HP and 3Glasses at their stand.
The glasses have a similar design, all being tethered to your PC and featuring headbands which suspended the glasses in front of your eyes, and in most cases allowed the glasses to be flipped up, making it easier to combine regular and VR work at the same time.
Most of the glasses also included stereo cameras, which allowed users to use them for augmented and mixed reality applications.
The glasses should all be in the $300-$400 range and work with a $500 PC or the integrated graphics of a laptop, and the first should be arriving towards the end of Q1 2017.
See the headsets in the gallery below: