As recently announced, the Magic Leap One Set, consisting of a mixed reality headset (lightwear), a small computer unit (lightpack) and a controller with 6DoF tracking, will actually be delivered to so-called creators in the USA with immediate effect. The price is ,295. Recently some hardware specs of the lightpack became known, these are now even more detailed:
CPU: NVIDIA Parker SOC; 2 Denver 2.0 64-bit cores + 4 ARM Cortex A57 64-bit cores
GPU: NVIDIA Pascal, 256 CUDA cores; Graphic APIs: OpenGL 4.5, Vulcan, OpenGL ES 3.3+
Eight GB RAM and 128GB memory, 95GB of which are freely available. But Magic Leap still doesn´t give much information about the headset. Among other things, an indication of the supported field of view would do very well here -- no indication. Current reports from journalists, such as The Verge, who have tried the glasses, speak of 50° (diagonal), more than Microsoft´s HoloLens, which is still a rather limited section in which digital image content can be inserted or displayed.
By the way, Magic Leap claims to create a seamless mix of reality and synthetic overlay via a dynamic, digital light field, which is shown to the viewer via self-made "photonic chips" in a "bio-mimetic" way. According to a patent specification seems to be a kind of waveguide display, a technology that is also being pursued by other companies. In any case, no image content is beamed directly into the human visual centre in a magical way, as the company had indicated in the beginning. However, synthetic image perception should only work with direct (human) observation, a camera cannot detect the overlays.
When a consumer version should be released is unknown -- first developers are needed so that interesting and/or meaningful applications are available when the time comes.