Updated 18 Jun, 2013, 8:18 am IST
iWear for Your AV-Enabled Devices
| by Shayne Rana |
Video-enabled visors seem to be all the rage these days. If you happened to like the MyVu Media Viewer, you’ll love the Vuzix iWear AV920 3D headset. This visor can connect to most video devices that have provisions for AV-out, and provide a virtual display that's equivalent to a 62-inch screen viewed from 9 feet.
If you’re an iPod user this gizmo will work on Gen 5 iPods. The Vuzix iWear AV920 is being offered to customers in the UK and can be used with mobiles that have AV-out facilities like the Nokia N95, iPods, portable DVD players gaming consoles, and the like. It also has built-in earphones, much like the O ROKR Bluetooth glares from Motorola.
In the US it’s priced at $349.95 (Rs 13,900). I've not seen it in the Indian market, but it's only a matter of time before it makes it to our gray market... if it isn’t here already.
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