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Affordable Android - ZTE Blade V7 Plus Reviewed

... bright and vivid images. Despite this, the screen did disagree with my polarised Oakley sunglasses which made the screen very hard to see. The battery life was probably the only really critical differential ...

Archos Virtual Reality Glasses

... becoming available. With thanks to MobileZap, DigitalReviews got to try out the Archos Virtual Reality Glasses. First Impressions The Archos Virtual Reality Glasses are a pair of lo-tech frame designed ...

Zeiss VR One: a Virtual Reality Work in Progress

... e some diving goggles , mated with sunglasses. The VR One can accommodate a large smart phone in a slide out tray in the front of the unit. Currently both the iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy S6 are support ...

TV Ears 5.0 Digital: Optimum TV Listening Pleasure

... nce when you plug in the system was similar to when I first started to wear glasses for long distance vision as a teenager. I had not realised that everything could look so clear! I am far from having to  ...

thinkTankPhoto Retrospective Laptop Case 15L

... ottle from Bath, UK * 4 x Binded documents totalling 378 pages * 1 x manila folder with 10 pages * Maui Jim sunglasses case * 1 x 2.5" portable WD HDD * 1 x business card holder * 1 x men's wallet * 1 ...

GlassUp wearable display hands-on (video)

GlassUp is a wearable computing project that turns a pair of glasses into a head-mounted secondary display for your smartphone. A projector beams images onto a glass panel baked into the right-side ...

Gadmei 3D HD Pad hands-on (video)

... g glasses-free 3D HD Pad. The device packs an 8.1-inch 1,280 x 800 display, a 1.5GHz Cortex-A9 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, ... While some have declared 3D dead, Chinese electroni ...

Stream TV glasses-free 4K 3D eyes-on (video)

It wouldn't be CES without Stream TV showing off more interesting glasses-free 3D technology and then launching, um, nothing into the wide market. Hopefully that won't happen this time, now that the compa ...

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