In today's day and age we're constantly trying to make things either more personal than they already might be or more compact than they already are. But it’s all about luxury at the end of the day. Our media devices aren’t simply getting smaller but also starting to look a little more futuristic. Something we’d imagine that a George Lucas and Steven Spielberg would envision. But they’re here. A great example of future-tech is the myvu personal media viewer.
The next section is the battery pack that you need to encompass your iPod in. Unfortunately it doubles the size of your iPod and the weight as well. It looks more complicated than it actually is, I can assure you. It’s the easiest thing to assemble even though it seems to have propriety ports coming up out the Wazoo! You simply slide it back and separate the battery pack and front, place your iPod on its back on top of the rear portion and slide the front part back over it. Easy as pie!
The bottom propriety cable can be plugged into the iPod and the cable from the visor goes onto the top end of the battery pack. There is a separate socket on the visor’s connector port for the battery pack charger. This is so you can charge the pack while watching a video. The rear of the battery pack has a few LEDs and a button beneath them that when pressed lights up the LEDs according to the power in the pack. So itos an indicator for battery power.
What I like most about this set up is that you can simply connect the visor directly to the iPod without using the rather bulky battery pack. The visor can use the iPod’s power source and the iPod can also be charged using the same adapter cable. Simply Brilliant! Now in my case I had to switch to lenses in order to test the myvu as my prescription glasses are a bit too large for the visor to fit over. You can of course use it over your glasses if they feel comfortable. Another option is to have the Rx Clip-ons that you can order from www.myvu.com who will have them made with your prescription. They simply fit just over the nose rim and voila, you're good to go.
Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Myvu Personal Media Viewer
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