Microsoft already warms up engines to make the Mixed Reality enter our homes this Christmas

Christmas arrives, a period in which purchases dominate our day today. A time of year that also sees in a few days an anteroom on the occasion of Black Friday. And this year it seems that along with tablets and laptops, Microsoft also wants to have the Mixed Reality as a product to reach the potential stakeholders.

Microsoft wants consumers to be aware of the existence of their proposals to make the Mixed Reality call this Christmas and for this, they have put the batteries and have begun to design a marketing campaign that seeks to convince potential buyers to be made with some of the RV glasses that are on the market. A campaign that joins the appearance of a specific section in the Windows Store that we saw a few days ago.

And to begin with, they already have a short ad, which for 15 seconds lets you glimpse the possibilities of this type of gadgets, specifically and in this case of a pair of Lenovo Mixed Reality glasses.

The video focuses on teaching briefly, almost as if it were a teaser, what can be the possibilities of this type of products for leisure or work. It is a kind of foretaste of what could be a new campaign to be seen later.

In markets where Mixed Reality glasses can be found right now (in Spain they are not yet available), it is already possible to get them and maybe even in the future try them in a Microsoft Store, something that they already encourage us from an ad.

Right now in the market, there are up to a total of five different devices, namely Lenovo Explorer Windows Mixed Reality Headset, Acer Windows Mixed Reality, HP Windows Mixed Reality Headset, Samsung HMD Odyssey, Windows Mixed Reality Headset and Dell Windows Mixed Reality Headset, with prices that range between 399 and 499 dollars.