Mikimoto Beans ITheater Video Glasses For IPod

Posted: Jul 3 2006, 1:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:53pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Mikimoto Beans iTheater Video Glasses for iPod
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Video glasses for iPods becoming more and more affordable. Japanese Mikimoto Beans announces iPod video glasses for about $260 (29,800 yen).

Audio Cubes sells the Mikimoto Beans i-Theater glasses for $299 internationally.

The 78g light video glasses create a 50 inch image seen from 2.5m. The iTheater features two TFT displays with QVGA resolution. Besides connecting to the iPod photo and iPod video, any other video source can be connected to the Mikimoto Beans iTheater glasses. The Mikimoto Beans iTheater ships July 20th. Buy it now at Audio Cubes for $299.

More details on the Mikimoto Beans site (Japanese). First seen on Golem (German). Thanks Mateusz K.

The eMagin EyeBud 800 Video iPod HMD is said to sell for $500, but they also feature a higher resolution.

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