In the mini-poll, it should be “No it will not affect my next laptop purchase” not “effect” it.
It’s hard to get right, even for native english speakers: Affect vs Effect
On the actual topic, I think AR-like things (how is that different than windows mixed reality? aren’t those options pretty much the same?) will be more widespread. People will just “look” at things around them, and their overlay will give the extra information.
And then games out in the world too. Pokemon Go is just a camera-based example of what a 3D version of that where you actually make a throwing motion, and possibly chase after it. Or even games in your living room. What about virtual chess on your coffee table against a computer? Should be relatively basic. Or ALL board/tabletop games, everybody playing virtually with your own glasses (or contact lenses even), networked together in one room, seamlessly done with “who’s near you” detection. Want to drop a dragon into your D&D session right in the middle of the table? With everybody having AR, it’d be simple.
IMO that’s the future in a number of years (NOT putting a number on that!). There will be 100% immersive games, but you’ll just play them in a panoramic “half-shell” while sitting down, still using a controller for many. Social “while in the world” games will be much more prominent IMO. Combining the virtues of tabletop with Video Games with VR/AR will be where people will want to spend their time. And just out shopping, in the world, etc, is where AR will be prominent too. Our entire world will have a personalized overlay.