Magic Leap has announced the pricing and date of availability for the Magic Leap 2, its next-generation augmented reality headset aimed at enterprise users.
The Magic Leap 2 will be released on September 30, 2022. Three editions will be available for purchase, including the Magic Leap 2 Base ($3,299), Magic Leap 2 Developer Pro ($4,099), and Magic Leap 2 Enterprise ($4,999), whose premium stems from quarterly software releases and other added benefits.
Magic Leap 2 Base targets professionals and developers that wish to access one of the most advanced augmented reality devices available. Use in full commercial deployments and production environments is permitted. The device starts at an MSRP $3,299 USD and includes a 1-year limited warranty.
Magic Leap 2 Developer Pro provides access to developer tools, sample projects, enterprise-grade features, and monthly early releases for development and test purposes. Recommended only for internal use in the development and testing of applications. Use in full commercial deployments and production environments is not permitted. Magic Leap 2 Developer Pro will start at an MSRP $4,099 USD and includes a 1-year limited warranty.
Magic Leap 2 Enterprise is targeted for environments that require flexible, large-scale IT deployments and robust enterprise features. This tier includes quarterly software releases fully manageable via enterprise UEM/MDM solutions. Use in fully commercial deployments and production environments is permitted. Magic Leap 2 Enterprise comes with 2 years of access to enterprise features and updates and will start at an MSRP $4,999 USD and includes an extended 2-year limited warranty.
Described as the most immersive augmented reality device on the market, Magic Leap’s new AR headset is powered by a Zen 2-based 4C/8T AMD processor with clock speeds of up to 3.92 GHz. Its display offers a 120 Hz refresh rate, 70-degree FOV, and 2.5 million pixels per eye.
A video on Magic Leap’s About page demonstrates how surgeons at UC Davis Children’s Hospital used the device to plan for the separation of conjoined twins.
Source: Magic Leap