Traveling on the bus or air plain can sometimes be a very tedious trip, with little to do to entertain your self. What if I said if you can find a place to site down with your video enabled ipod you can enjoy the equivalent to a theater screen sized movie experience and virtually cut yourself off from your surroundings? This is exactly the kind of experience the people at Vuzix were trying to simulate with the Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Headset Display. Not only can you watch movies off your ipod you can also plug them directly into virtually any media device with composite outputs on it. Let's get a closer look at these bad boys:Provided by: Vuzix
The packaging for the Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Headset Display is nicely designed and shows how cool you’ll look with them on, or not depends who your group of friends are. If they are really into cyberpunk you will be the envy of all your friends if they are more the type to crush beer cans on their heads and watch UFC, maybe, just maybe, you might not want to sport these in your particular group of friends. The back of the packaging has a ton of pertinent info and specs for all your technological arousal needs, or if you just happen to like to know what you are spending $250 on..
Included with the Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Headset Display is both ipod and composite connectors, carrying case, earpads, manual, behind the neck strap, and the all important feature batteries ARE included.
The Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Headset Display is very well designed the piano black finish, while being a horrible fingerprint magnet, is very aesthetically pleasing. Although there is a bit of weight to the Vuzix’s they are remarkably compact.
Just like a pair of binoculars not everyone’s vision is the same so the need for lens adjustment is a must with any device like this. The nice aspect to the Vuzix iWear AV310 Widescreen Headset Display is the ability to individually focus each side to get the perfect balance for those that cannot see clearly out of one eye but fine out the other. The inline controls are very simple the power button also doubles as other functions in the menu as do the volume buttons and the 4th button is to bring up the menu. Although it seems bulky it wasn’t that bad during testing I like a little bit of a bigger sized navigation control especially if I cannot look at it when fumbling for the right button.