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Default Asus to begin production of "all in one" VR headset in Q3

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According to sources within Taiwan’s head-mounted display (HMD) industry, ASUS is currently in the process of picking suppliers to assemble its upcoming Mixed Reality (MR) headset made for the Windows Mixed Reality (formerly Windows Holographic) platform launching next month.

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