Nreal and the Rise of Mixed Reality

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    Feb.22 — Chi Xu, founder and chief executive officer at Nreal, the maker of mixed-reality glasses, discusses the Mobile World Congress, mixed reality products and maintaining his competitive edge against tech giants. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia” from the Mobile World Congress Shanghai.

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