|Display resolution||nHD color display|
|Field of View (diagonal)||20||degrees, equivalent to 5 in. mobile device screen|
|Processor||Dual Core Intel Atom CPU|
|2GB system RAM|
|Operating system||Android 6 OS|
|Memory||64||GB internal flash memory|
|4 Android control buttons|
|Controls||Voice control – customizable and supports multiple|
|2 Axis touch pad|
|Sensor system||Proximity inward facing|
|Proximity/ALS outward facing|
|Integrated Head Tracker||3-degree of freedom head tracking|
|3-axis mag/integrated compass|
|160mAh internal battery supports hot swapping of e|
|Battery||860mAh smart external battery|
|Supports USB batteries providing at least 1.5 Amp|
|2 – 12 hours of operation based on external batter|
|Noise canceling microphones|
The glasses provide most of the features and capabilities of a modern Android smartphone, minus cellular connectivity, in a hands-free wearable device.
The M300 Smart Glasses provide a hands-free platform for access to digital information and collaborative tools. The design is based on a common core platform using the Intel Atom processor.
Vuzix M300 Smart Glasses are an ergonomically designed and rugged Android-based wearable
computer. They are enhanced with a monocular display and onboard processor, large internal
storage, recording features and robust wireless connectivity capabilities.
Pre-installed apps can be used to track timed events, manage calendars, or link to a phone. The HD camera records, stores, plays back still pictures and video, and can be used as a bar code scanner. The M300 is compatible with thousands of existing Android apps and Vuzix’ developer resources enable the creation of custom apps.
Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity makes it possible to pair with Android or iOS devices or connect wirelessly with Wi-Fi to the Internet. An integrated head tracking system provides apps with the direction and angle of your current view for environmental awareness. Voice, button press, and touch pad with gesture controls, and ruggedized against water, dust and dirt, give the user versatility to navigate and
use the glasses in almost any working environment.
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