With the new Creators Update, Windows 10 will now support Virtual Reality in addition to Augmented Reality. However, like HoloLens Microsoft will not be making any hardware. Microsoft has opened up an initiative in which OEMs who are interested in making VR headsets can now use Windows 10 as the platform for their devices and take advantage of Microsoft’s Windows Holographic SKU.
Microsoft has announced their partners who will be building the hardware. Companies like Dell, Acer, HP and more will be making Windows 10 VR headsets. The VR devices will be extremely cheap compared to Microsoft’s own AR device – HoloLens. Microsoft says the devices will start just from $299.