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Myvu Crystal EV video glasses

Myvu Crystal EVFor those who like the video googles, then you might want to check out Myvu’s video eyewear with the Crystal EV.  This uses Myvu’s Solid Optix technology, and is capable of “projecting 64 inch screen size”.  I have personally tried out an earlier version of the myvu, and I found it not to be as big of a screen as they boasted.  If you want video goggles with a fully immersible screen, then you should try the Vuzix.  But hey, maybe Myvu has improved on their earlier designs. 


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CES 2008: Watch Your iPod

Crystal MyvuYou can now watch music videos or movies on the move and look even sillier

cooler than you do when normally dancing around and playing your fave tunes. In cooperation with INNO Design, Myvu has created 2 new styles of their personal media viewers that can attach to Sansa -Views, Zunes, various Nokia N95 and Samsung phones, portable DVD players, game consoles, and of course viewable iPods. Slim, lightweight, and see-through, the Crystal glasses come with noise-cancelling earbuds and a rechargeable lithium-polymer battery for up to 4 hours of viewing time. Myvu Shades are available now at Amazon for $199.99 and the Crystal will be following along this spring for $299.99. We can’t imagine spending that much money to watch something on an even smaller screen, no matter how awesome you think you will look.

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