Better for your neck than your image

Subject: General Tech | June 18, 2007 - 08:20 AM |
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Video iPods and similar devices have made long trips a little more bearable, allowing you your own entertainment choices and freedom from depending on scenery or inflight movies.  At the same time, how many of us are vigorously rubbing the back of our necks trying to get the kinks out after having it bent for hours at a time?  Ars Technica reviews a pair of wearable video displays that sit over your eyes to display videos, so you don't have to crane your neck.  No guarantees that they make you look stylish.

"But how practical are these wearable displays? Do they even provide a decent viewing experience? And are they worth

the money? We were able to secure two of the most popular displays marketed to iPod users, the myvu by MicroOptical and

the ezVision Video iWear by ezGear, and I donned each of them for hours in the service of our loyal readers. Here's

what I found."

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Source: Ars Technica
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