Epson rescheduled the release of Wearable HMD "MOVERIO BT-200" to May 29

Epson originally set the release date of its Android 4.0 glasses-shaped head mounted display MOVERIO BT-200 for April 24, however, today they announced that they are going to postpone the date to May 29 due to development delays.

A primary feature of MOVERIO BT-200 is that you can see background while you watch the image displayed in front of you.

To read more about Epson's head mounted display MOVERIO BT-200, click here for our previous coverage.

 

 


 

 

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