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Vuzix iWear AV920: virtual 62" iPod screen

updated 03:00 pm EDT, Wed October 17, 2007

Virtual 62" iPod screen

Vuzix Corporation has begun shipping the iWear AV920. The AV920 delivers a 62-inch "virtual screen" through twin 640 x 480 high resolution LCD displays. Compatible devices include iPods, cell phones, portable DVD players, and gaming consoles. The device includes an AccuTilt viewer that pivots up to 15 degrees up and down allowing for use with or without glasses. The speakers on the AV920 can be moved out of the way or removed completely for users that want to plug in their own headphones. The AV920 also supports iWear 3-D movies. The iWear can connect to almost all NTSC or PAL audio/video device with video out capabilities. It carries a starting price of $350.




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  1. chankya

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Wish to have one

    I am very pleased with the compnies step in this field. This is really nice. I wish i will have one. I also hope that like the DVD movies it is able to play the Ipod movies too.

  1. keenbean101

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    I have seen these before

    I have seen similar products to this before. They are actually pretty cool if you ever get the chance to try a pair on. They are light, relatively comfortable and make those long plane trips almost bearable. I have seen others hook them up to their ipods to watch their ipod movies. Seems to work just fine.

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