Vuzix is back with a brand new VR visor – the Wrap 920AV that won’t make you look like some weirdo from the set of Star Trek, as it resembles more like a standard pair of specs this time round. A couple of AA batteries are able to power it for up to half a dozen hours, although we think that this might actually weigh down the Wrap 920AV at the same time. You will get a viewing equivalent of a 60″ display viewed from 9 feet away when wearing this, alongside removable noise-canceling earphones, and quantum optics technology that enables you to view through the lenses while watching a video simultaneously. There is no word on pricing, but the Vuzix Wrap 920AV looks set to hit the streets sometime later this year.
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