Kopin is toying with the idea of a Motorola-branded computer that is built into a Bluetooth headset, and users will end up looking like the Borg. You get a virtual 15″ display courtesy of a swing-down eyepiece, and an interesting feature of the Golden-i (as it is known) includes speech recognition. A single charge is able to power it for over eight hours, and it won’t cause you to have a permanent hunch since it weighs just 3 ounces. Powered by the Windows CE operating system, the Golden-i will rely on Bluetooth 2.0 connectivity to hook up to a host device, offering the option to remotely access their office desktop computer. Other features include a 600MHz TI OMAP3530 processor, a microSD memory card slot and future plans to include Wi-Fi connectivity. No idea on pricing, but Golden-i prototypes will be released to selected industrial organizations this year before mass productionbegins in 2010. Resistance isn’t futile with this, that’s for sure.
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