The first eyewear computer to ship to the public, the M100′s monocular display can be placed over either eye and may or may not include a pair of safety glasses. The Vuzix M100 is designed for a wide range of industrial, medical, and retail applications. Vuzix offers the device with a Bluetooth 4.0 sync to an Android phone.
It offers voice integration features, head tracking and gesture controls using built-in sensors alongside GPS and a 5 megapixel 1080p camera with a light that goes on when it is in use.
It also includes most of the features and capabilities of a modern smartphone, according to the company and runs a modified version of Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich on a Cortex-A9 OMAP 4430 SoC from Texas Instruments.
The Vuzix M100 includes a 1GHz, dual-core processor and a 16:9, WQVGA display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, which appears to be a four-inch smartphone screen from 14 inches away. It includes WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS sensors, a five megapixel camera, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of flash, and a microSD slot, as well as voice and gesture recognition.
It is shipping to developers and taking pre-orders from the general public for its Android-based eyewear, which starts at $1,000.