You're better off watching the screen on your iPod or PVP than investing in the Icuiti iWear. Wait for a next-generation version with improved comfort and video quality.
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For this week's Crave Giveaway, we're serving up Vuzix's AV310 Widescreen, a wearable display that projects a 52-inch virtual screen and is compatible with video iPods and iPhones.
Now iPhone users can see 3D films with new Vuzix iWear glasses, or by picking up a new (and pricey) cable to be used with an older pair from the company.
Ever wanted to view a 52-inch screen from nine feet away in the comfort of your own home, without the 52-inch screen?
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