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If you thought you’d pick up one of the early development copies of Microsoft’s new augmented reality headset, HoloLens, you might have to think twice.

It looks like Microsoft has priced their new headset at a point that only real development companies will be willing to pay. This is likely a move to prevent consumers from ordering one and having a less than amazing experience on a piece of tech that is still in development.

The development kit will run $3,000 and be released sometime in March.