Today we've got something downright extraordinary today to review; our friends at the Max Borges Agency sent out, though on a trial basis only, a set of Vuzix iWear video headphones. I ran this system through its paces with a variety of audio and video options and the end result, almost universally, was a constant string of spectacular events. The Vuzix iWear video headphones are basically what they say they are: a set of headphones with a video screen option, such that the end result looks like viewing a 125-inch screen from a distance of 10 feet.
The Vuzix iWear has VR aspirations, but it's best described as a portable home theater system.
Those who wanted a better, more stylish way to control their games often turn to specialized gaming mice. Our friends out at the Max Borges Agency sent over a SteelSeries Rival 500 gaming mouse for us to try, and this little beauty ...
Vuzix announced that it has begun shipping the iWear Video Headphones to pre-order customers. The headset is capable of displaying 2D, 3D and VR content from nearly any HDMI source.
A new VR headset from Vuzix runs its own, customized version of Android and lets you play games or watch movies without leaning on another device.