Microsoft reveals release date for Windows Mixed Reality headsets

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Headsets from HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, and Acer will launch on October 17 alongside the update.

We're sure to see early developer previews of the Fall Creators update, so stay tuned for our impressions of the next version of Windows 10 soon. This is actually a new feature called Story Remix, where users will be able to create video clips from photos and videos in their library, and add text, music and transitions.

You can save all of your creations in OneDrive Files On-Demand, accessing your cloud files like any of your other files on your PC, without using up your local storage space.

Mixed reality has always been on Microsoft's radar, as earlier this year, it introduced Paint 3D. Windows Insiders will be the first to try the final version, and then it will be released to all users.

The Fall Creators Update will bring with it a number of enhancements to the Windows 10 experience including vastly improved inking. With the Fall Creators Update, we've updated Game Mode, which allows your games to use the full processing power of your device as if it was an Xbox game console, right from a new button on the Game bar. Finding the pen has been made easier with Windows Find my Pen fixes in the Fall Creators Update. The update will also mark the debut of the new Windows Fluent Design System, which aims to upgrade the look and feel of the OS and apps. That allows eye controllers to replace mouse and keyboard.

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Slipped out quietly among the bigger Mixed Reality news of the week from IFA 2017, Microsoft has applied a £399 price tag to British folks looking to get in on the sweet headset-based action. Although presented as mixed reality, this platform is actually entirely virtual.

Microsoft's partners have officially announced that their Mixed Reality headsets will be on sale starting from October. You're looking at $350 for just the headset, or $450 for a bundle with the motion controllers.

Windows Mixed Reality - combine the physical and digital worlds through a supported headset.

Worries are already mounting over whether or not Microsoft will attempt another walled garden ecosystem for the software, similar to what they attempted to do with Games For Windows Live; or the disabille manner in which Facebook attempted to corner the market with the Oculus Store.

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