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Microsoft signs agreement with US military to sell augmented reality sets

Microsoft signs agreement with US military to sell augmented reality sets

Technology company Microsoft has agreed to provide the US military with a state-of-the-art augmented reality set worth 21 21.9 billion.

Adorned with holographs, this headset enables the user to view holograms in their own real environment.

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