iLounge got their hands on a pre-production eMagin EyeBud 800 HMD and published a hands-on report about these iPod Video glasses.
"There are many good things to say about EyeBud 800’s video quality: from what we’ve seen so far, it looks like eMagin’s display and video processing are both more than up to snuff, rendering iTunes Music Store videos and user-ripped content with a level of clarity and color fidelity that is unmatched by the other wearable displays we’ve seen. The reason for this: eMagin’s OLED display is simply superior to the LCDs we’ve seen in similar devices, especially in resolution (800x600), contrast, and saturation. "
Read the full preview.eMagin announced the EyeBud 800 glasses in January at the CES. The price for the EyeBud is now estimated to be around $500. No release date has been announced yet.
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