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EzGear announced last month it had updated its line of EzVision video glasses.
The new models include the EzVison G1 and the EzVison X4. The new models are said to be integrated to work with all iPod and iPhone devices.
Designed as a pair of lenses that can be used to privately watch movies, podcasts or play videogames, the company's video glasses are meant to be versatile, easy to use, and convenient for travel. They weigh 4 ounces and come with built-in earphones, a rechargeable battery and a carry bag.
The video glasses also come with video adapters that can be used with almost any DVD player or video game device, said the company. Compatible gaming systems include the Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable and PlayStation2.
The EzVision G1 features a simulated 50-inch view, QVGA resolution and eight hours of battery life, while the EzVision X4 offers a simulated 64-inch view, VGA resolution and five hours of battery life.
Pricing and availability were not given at press time.
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