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eMagin's EyeBud for the iPod

Ryan Block
01.02.06
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We're pretty sure it's unfair to characterize any wearable display as a "big-screen, movie-screen, home-theater experience," no matter how good the resolution, but that certainly isn't stopping those crazy kooks over at eMagin from launching their latest headset -- this one intended for use with the iPod (with video) -- the EyeBud (props for not making it the iBud). If you're ready to throw down $600 for what's perhaps the ultimate (or at least the most ultimately expensive) iPod accessory that isn't diamond encrusted, you too can rock a 105-inch "sized" screen in your field of vision while managing to look merely like some bizarre technomad, a marked improvement from previously straight up creepifying HUDs.

[Via iLounge]




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