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At CES, Nreal announced a pair of MR glasses the size of a pair of chunky Oakley sunglasses.

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The small size and bold primary colors are part of the Nreal Light's core audience: the consumer.

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Nreal takes a similar approach to Magic Leap by separating the glasses and the processor.

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An over-the-shoulder cable connects the glasses and processor pack.

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The image is bright and the field of view, 52 degrees, is wider than that on the Magic Leap or Microsoft Hololens. 

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You can handhold the processor pack with the controller docked on top

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The real challenge for Nreal will be media. We're still in the chicken-or-egg days of mixed-reality content and, just as it will for Microsoft and Magic Leap, that will ultimately be the key to success or failure for Nreal.

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Me trying to pet a mixed-reality cat.

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Nreal Light glasses will launch in late summer or early fall. While a price wasn't announced, I was told that the glasses would be a fraction of the cost of the Magic Leap One or Hololens.

Read CNET's first look at the Nreal Light mixed reality glasses.

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