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Snap is Buying  Its AR Display Supplier For More Than $500 Million

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Snap is Buying  Its AR Display Supplier For More Than $500 Million

Snap is Buying  Its AR Display Supplier For More Than $500 Million

Snap AR display supplier acquisition

Snap has agreed to acquire WaveOptics, the supplier of the augmented reality displays that power its new Spectacles glasses, for more than $500 million, The Verge has learned. The deal is Snap’s largest ever, underscoring the company’s long-term bet that AR eyewear will eventually go   mainstream

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