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Testseek.co.uk have collected 23 expert reviews of the Epson Moverio BT-100 multimedia glasses and the average rating is 62%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Epson Moverio BT-100 multimedia glasses.


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The editors liked

  • Involving cinemalike experience
  • Peripheral vision
  • Androidbased user interface
  • Impressive size image
  • Design doesn'
  • T affect peripheral vision
  • Android interface
  • Web browser supports Flash video
  • A good idea
  • Not bad picture quality
  • Great sound

The editors didn't like

  • Quality of headphones
  • Too many cables.
  • Expensive
  • Limited file formats
  • Lack of noise cancelling headphones
  • Too many cables
  • Too expensive
  • Terrible support for common video containers

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  Published: 2013-06-07, review by: howtospendit.ft.com

  • Abstract:  Soon after opening this video headset, I decided it was an item almost too silly even for Silly Street. A see-through display on which video appears on a tiny oblong surrounded by acres of normal outside world, it's like one of the headsets dentists offer...

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  Published: 2012-08-08, review by: gadgetspeak.com

  • Abstract:  This consists on a pair of glasses with earbuds connected by a short lead to a small box. My thoughts go back to early handheld CD players however here you not only get sound but also vision and the box has an Android system....

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64%
 
  Published: 2012-07-24, review by: computeractive.co.uk

  • Abstract:  The Epson Moverio B-100 is a bit like a vision of the future from around 1982. These futuristic specs beam video into your eyes in 2D and 3D, giving the impression of the big screen without anyone else seeing what you're watching. For the price, we wer...

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  Published: 2012-03-18, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • An interesting concept but too rough around the edges to recommend ...

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  Published: 2012-02-21, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • A good idea, not bad picture quality, great sound
  • Too expensive, terrible support for common video containers,
  • There are too many problems here to make these a good buy, in our opinion. Ignoring the massive pricetag, they don't accept enough video formats to appeal to anyone, they aren't all that much fun to wear ...

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  Published: 2012-01-27, Author: Andrew Williams , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • From our brief time with the Epson Moverio BT-100, we can say it comfortably outperforms the other video glasses we've reviewed over the years. Its specs and video performance don't come close to the OLED-screened Sony HMZ-T1, but unlike the Sony, it's...

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  Published: 2011-12-06, review by: techradar.com

  • Impressive size image, Design doesn't affect peripheral vision, Android interface, Web browser supports Flash video
  • Expensive, Limited file formats, Lack of noise cancelling headphones, Too many cables

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  Published: 2011-11-25, review by: itreviews.com

  • Involving cinemalike experience, peripheral vision, Androidbased user interface,
  • Quality of headphones, too many cables.
  • 'See-through cinema' - it's a new one on us, though these generally impressive transparent video glasses do appear to lack the versatility required by travellers. The Android-based GUI is excellent, but for now the BT-100 is best viewed as a DIY home c...

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60%
 
  Published: 2013-10-25, review by: toptenreviews.com

  • Abstract:  The Epson Moverio BT-100 Wearable Display is the world's first transparent Android based augmented reality display. Even though it's not yet a large market, augmented reality devices are the up-and-coming tech in wearable technology. Devices have come and...

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  Published: 2011-12-06, Author: Jamie Carter , review by: techradar.com/au/

  • Impressive size image, Design doesn't affect peripheral vision, Android interface, Web browser supports Flash video
  • Expensive, Limited file formats, Lack of noise cancelling headphones, Too many cables
  • Without the sense of isolation that blights Sony's effort, Epson's see-through home cinema experience is a tad easier on the senses, though we're not sure the two should be compared too closely. While Sony's HMZ-T1 is a 3D gaming accessory, the Moverio B...

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