We have the final specifications of Microsoft HoloLens, augmented reality glasses that incorporate its own hardware to operate autonomously without being connected to the PC.
Microsoft presents the final specifications of Microsoft HoloLens
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Microsoft HoloLens are part of a quad – core processor Intel Atom x5-Z8100 @ 1.04 GHz (which is never announced by Intel) based on the Intel Airmont architecture manufactured @14nm (Cherry Trail family) along with Intel HD integrated graphics, 2GB RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. All this is supported by a battery of 16,500 mWh (which promise up to 5.5 hours of battery life) and a camera of 2.4 MP with a video camera of 1.1 MP, all working in unison under the Windows 10 operating system in 32-bit version.
The hardware of the Microsoft HoloLens is optimized for integration of software, sensors that collect terabytes of information in real time, and of course, not a word about the Holographic Processing unit (HPU). Remember that HoloLens augmented reality glasses are only available to developers at a price of $3,000, so we are far from seeing them in the market yet.
Microsoft HoloLens Specifications:
Windows 10.0.11802.1033 ( 32-bit)
Intel Atom x5-Z8100
Intel Airmont (14nm)
4 Logical Processors
- GPU/HPU HoloLens Graphics
- GPU Vendor ID 8086h (Intel)
- Dedicated Video Memory 114 MB
- Shared System Memory 980 MB
- RAM 2GB
- Storage 64GB (54.09 GB available)
- App Memory Usage Limit 900 MB
- Battery 16,500 mWh
- Camera Photos 2.4 MP (2048×1152)
- Camera Video 1.1 MP (1408×792)
- Video Speed 30 FPS