HoloLens is the first holographic computer running Windows 10. It is completely untethered–no wires, phones, or connection to a PC needed. Microsoft HoloLens allows you to place holograms in your physical environment and provides a new way to see your world.

What is a hologram?

A hologram is an object like any other object in the real world, with only one difference: instead of being made of physical matter, a hologram is made entirely of light. Holographic objects can be viewed from different angles and distances, just like physical objects, but they do not offer any physical resistance when touched or pushed because they don’t have any mass. Holograms can be two-dimensional, like a piece of paper or a TV screen, or they can be three-dimensional, just like other physical objects in your real world. The holograms you’ll see with Microsoft HoloLens can appear life-like, and can move, be shaped, and change according to interaction with users or the physical environment in which they are visible.

We are excited about the possibilities enabled by Microsoft HoloLens and see a wide array of use-cases for all. We believe developers, commercial organizations, designers, creators, and those seeking a whole new way to be entertained will find unique value in Microsoft HoloLens.

For developers, Windows 10 on Microsoft HoloLens is the premier holographic platform that enables you to help develop the future of holographic computing. Built on Windows 10 and delivering the trusted mobile device management and enterprise networking on which IT professionals rely to help secure devices in the workplace, Microsoft HoloLens will be a revolutionary tool for businesses–transforming how companies, designers, and creators work with three-dimensional data to bring products and information to life.

This is just the beginning. Microsoft, together with developers and our commercial partners, will continue to help designers and creators harness the power of holographic computing with Microsoft HoloLens.

Apple TV

At a Glance

Apple’s long-awaited fourth-generation Apple TV features an A8 processor and 32 to 64GB of storage, along with a touch-based remote control that doubles as a gaming controller. It has a brand new operating system, “tvOS,” which includes deep Siri integration and a full App Store. It will ship out to customers in late October.

Full App Store with SDK for developers
New “tvOS” operating system
Touch-based remote that doubles as a controller
A8 processor
32 or 64GB storage options
Deep Siri integration

Microsoft Screen Sharing for Lumia Phones (HD-10)

Microsoft Screen Sharing for Lumia Phones (Black)

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Share your Microsoft Lumia screen and that of other Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast devices with this wireless display adapter, featuring a portable NFC disc.
The easier way to share

Connect your Lumia to the big screen without fussing around with wires. Once setup, just touch your Lumia to the portable NFC disc1 and whatever is on your screen appears in real-time on the big screen for seamless mirroring between your phone and an HDMI-enabled display.2 And even though it was designed for Lumia phones, the screen share capabilities work across a wide range of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast devices.3
Tech specs

AV connectors: HDMI-A4

Charging connectors: Micro-USB

USB: USB for software updates

NFC: Connecting

Wi-Fi: WLAN IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

WLAN Security: WPA2-Personal, WPA-Personal

Other wireless connectivity: Screen projection, Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Miracast

Content protection: High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) 2.0

Charger input current: 750 mA

Charger input voltage: 5V DC
Acoustic volume


Video resolution: up to 1080p (Full HD, 1920 x 1080)

LED indicators: Power on indicator
Environmental features

Materials: Free of nickel on the product surface, Free of BFR

Energy efficiency: Energy efficient charger

User guide: full on our websites, Small printed guide

Packaging: Made of renewable materials

.83 x 3.15 inches (21 x 80 mm) (Thickness x Diameter)

4.06 ounces (115 grams)