Oakley went back to the drawing board for the successor to the RAZRWIRE's
"Bluetooth headset glued to a pair of
shades" throne. Turns out they forgot to do much drawing, and their resulting O ROKR product looks (and feels)
just as weak this time around, though thankfully they're adding A2DP
for piping stereo tunes from your spankin' new ROKR E2. Oakley
also claims they're totally upping the ante as well with High Definition Optics or some such marketing speak, but
unless they're bringing us a few sets of 720 or 1080 pixels when these launch in the first half of the year, we're
going to withhold the term HD from some mere UV blocking shades.