ITG-Vidix TV Entertainment Goggles

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ITG-Vidix Goggles offer the viewer a virtual 50” screen at approximately 6.5ft away with 320×240 resolution in 24bit color and weigh in at around 3.5oz. Offering a point of difference from other video glasses, the ITG-Vidix Goggles not only offer a 2GB built in Flash memory but feature a MicroSD slot capable of supporting up to 32GB of extra storage per memory card.
ITG-Vidix TV Entertainment Goggles
The glasses feature plug and play file transfer via USB 2.0 which not only acts as a memory card reader when connected, but also serves to charge the unit for up to three hours of use. Most popular formats are supported, and a built in media player and browser enables the user to view files including eBooks, photos and music.

The ITG-Vidix Goggles feature a composite AV input and can be used as a display device with a host of multimedia devices, ranging from DVD players and iPods to camcorders and gaming devices. ITG-Vidix Goggles are available for $279.99 from the iTVGoggles website.

(http://itvgoggles.com)

Published on April 10, 2010

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