We are finally visualizing the end of the PC and even “reality” as we knew them so far…

Microsoft’s two-and-a-half-hour event on Wednesday was suddenly enlivened by the surprise introduction of the HoloLens, a new piece of hardware that will run on Windows Holographic, Microsoft’s new platform for virtual and augmented-reality experiences. The initial reactions to the HoloLens have been overwhelmingly positive. Business Insider’s Matt Rosoff got to try it for himself on Wednesday. He says he’s “convinced personal computing…

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