Want to own Sony SmartEyeglass? Now’s your chance! Pre-order is now available and the good thing is, it is on sale!
Google Glass is now a thing of the past but if you think that OHMD or Optical Head Mounted Display is now out, better think again. Sony has now released their Developer Edition and their very own OHMD, the SmartEyeglass.
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It may not be wireless compared to Google Glass but it can sure be one useful tech especially when you are in a place you?re not familiar with. It can point you to the right direction and as stated on their website, it can also be used as a tool for assembly work.
Check the details below for your pre-orders and when you can get the Sony SmartEyeglass.
Sony?s SmartEyeglass Developer Edition SED-E1 pre-order available now and it is on sale!
If you love gadgets and a big fan of head mounted display?or Optical Head Mounted Display rather?then you are in luck. Google Glass? rival the Sony SmartEyeglass is now available for pre-order and it is now on sale.
According to cnet, the Sony SmartEyeglass is now available for pre-order but only limited to U.K. and Germany consumers. However, eager tech fans from the U.S. and Japan can still buy this gadget but only when they release it on March.
Here is the price of Sony?s Smart Eyeglass on different countries:
- S. $840
- K. ?520
- Germany ?670
- Japan ?100,000
- The price in Australia is still not yet revealed but conversion rate of U.K. Pound to Australian Dollar is somewhere around AU$1,020. Again, this is just a speculation and we will update this once they have released the actual price for the Australian market.
As for the other countries, cnet also pointed out that, business customers from France, Italy, Spain, Belgium the Netherlands and Sweden will also have the chance to buy Sony SmartEyeglass during the sale.
If you are in the U.K. or Germany, grab this wonderful chance of pre-ordering your pair of Sony SmartEyeglass by going to their official website.
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