Allwinner showed an analogue of "smart" glasses Google Glass

Allwinner showed an analogue of “smart” glasses Google Glass

Allwinner showed an analogue of "smart" glasses Google Glass

Although the hype around Google Glass subsided. Some manufacturers have not abandoned their attempts to release their own “smart” glasses. Company Allwinner no exception.

Recently, developers have shown prototype. If we talk about the design, the new gadget is very similar to the search giant. The construction of identity – a compact frame with a special module.

On the technical “stuffing.” The device is based on proprietary platforms A33. This chip is designed for low-cost tablets.

Allwinner system boasts processor with 4 cores Cortex-A7. Support for screens with a resolution of 720p. Graphics accelerator Mali400MP2 and energy efficient.

Allwinner showed an analogue of "smart" glasses Google Glass

A33 still afford to play the video format Full HD high speed – up to 60 frames per second.

In addition, “on board” has a battery capacity of 680 mAh. Still camera 5 MP, microphone with suppression system noise. And as GPS, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

On the other “talent” little is known.

Allwinner showed an analogue of "smart" glasses Google Glass

It is reported that the glasses react to voice commands and gestures. Allwinner positions the device as a professional tool – for medical staff, employees of the industrial sector and so on.

The release date information is not available.

Source: Notebookitalia

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One thought on “Allwinner showed an analogue of “smart” glasses Google Glass

  1. Lily

    a pretty nice version of Glass, I’m sure that it will be cheaper than Google’s. I have already met another versions amd much more comfortable, fo example, Tinymount, this is glasses that you can print out with 3D printer by it’s digital model that you can buy for less than 90 dollars.

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