In a livestream yesterday, Magic Leap narrowed the release window of its first headset, the Magic Leap One Creator Edition. After finally unveiling what the device will look like late last year, the company announced that it will ship this year without a definite window. We now have one which is presumably summer of 2018 without a specific date or a price. However, the company previously mentioned that it would cost as much as a high-end smartphone. Magic Leap also revealed during the livestream that the device will use an Nvidia Tegra X2 processor and pack two of Nvidia's Denver processor cores. As for the OS, it was previously reported that the Magic Leap One will run on Lumin OS which seems to be a custom-built OS from open source and Linux-based components whose SDK is already open to developers. Additionally, AT&T followed up by announcing that it will be the exclusive US carrier partner for Magic Leap. You can watch a replay of the stream right below which is not quite what I expected for it only showed a prerecorded demo instead of a live one. Nevertheless, with the imminent release of the device, we are bound to learn more about it soon.