- Wearable display for mobile Entertainment and vr
- Integrated tracker provides an immersive viewing experience
- Huge home theater experience
- Dazzling 16:9 HD displays
- Lightweight and compact
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Vuzix 412T00011 iWear Video Headphones
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|Power Source||AC & Battery|
|Special Features||Floating display design for minimal face contact and maximum comfort enables users to play games or watch videos for hours in complete comfort. Built with comfort in mind, the iWear is a balanced, sleek and compact premium lightweight, wearable video headphone. And the headphone are collapsible and fold up for compact portability. Built-in rechargeable lithium battery provides 3 hours of continuous mobile use for video and over 10 hours for audio only. , Controls include on / off, EQ select, volume +/-, mic mute, 3D force, and brightness +/- for twin HD displays. The iWear supports HDMI inputs compatible with the latest 2D and 3D operating modes enabling the user to hook up to their mobile phones, tablet devices, console systems, PCs, and 3D Blu-ray players. Amazing audio with noise-isolation over ear design delivering crystal clear sound integrity with perfect pitch highs and a thundering base.|
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iWear is a high-end pair of video headphones, providing users with a mobile wearable video display and gaming solution featuring dual high-definition displays. The iWear has a field of view equivalent to a 125" home theater screen viewed from 10 feet away. Plus it supports HDMI inputs, so users can hook up to their existing 3D Blu-ray player, tablet, console system, PC, and even mobile phones
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About the product:
* If I lie, it is very pleasant. When I am sitting, you feel, that it weighs after a few hours.
* It is very good for watching videos. 2D or 3D both are amazing!
* When I watch a movie and it is silent in the movie I hear a very annoying hum!
* Also the picture is very good. If a few black dots were not!
* The product has a screen for each eye. At one screen is the left side a bit dark. It destroys the 3D-Effect, when I watch a 3D movie, because on the other screen is this side brighter! The right side of both sreens are equal.
* Last but not least, it is possible to read a text, but it is not enjoyable on long time. Also it is possible to wear glasses while using vuzix iWear.
Unfortunately I received a defective unit, It had intermittent white lines across the right side screen and I had to return it.
The company refused to pay for the return shipping on their defective product, stating:
"Vuzix does not pay for or refund any shipping costs.
Not a good customer service practice, in my opinion.
I would not recommend nor would I buy this product again.
As a user I'm pretty much a worst base scenario. I have a large head. Can't quite buy a hat in a normal shop large. And I wear glasses. Still, while it required a slow insertion process I could get the headset on. The on the head support strap was a different matter. No way that was close to fitting me. However it was so snug it wasn't needed.
The snugness caused some pressure, through my glasses, to the bridge of my nose but it was not unbearable. I did fidget with it occasionally while viewing to relieve this though.
I'm not a good judge of sound quality but I was exceedingly happy with the sound. The picture was fuzzier than I would have liked. And the darker scenes were particularly difficult for it. I probably could have fixed that via the Windows display settings but it crapped out before I got the chance.
I had it set up as a third monitor on Windows 10. There were some weirdnesses with transition from three screens back to two when you turn the goggle's power off and difficulty with the taskbar flipping out but I am going to blame both of those on Windows.
Overall, at $168 I would have been moderately content and kept it. At $299, it would have gone back even if it had not died. Even still I think I'm glad it forced my hand.
Oh, and setup was extremely easy. The only difficulty was finding the power adapter socket. It was hiding in plain site out on the cable while I was looking all over the headset. This step is not shown in the online user's guide nor in any of the pictures. Other than that and a figuring a couple workarounds to tame Windows it was a much easier setup than I expected.
I had to return because of it's uncomfortably. and field of view, but also it's in compatibility with Iphone connections with apple lightning digital av adapter, very glitch.
The Bad part was the whole return process. I had to pay for shipping back to the company, after returning and it being signed showing they had received it they still have not refunded or credited my account, thus having my money and the product and me with out either.