Motorola introduces its version of Google Glass, but for businesses
Motorola introduced a computer-controlled voice and worn over the head, similar to the idea behind Google Glass, but for workers who need a free hand and they do not care how they look. The HC1 powered by an ARM processor and optionally you can add a camera to transmit video over a WiFi network.
The device will cost between $4,000 and $5,000 USD and points to companies, not to ordinary users. The areas where it could be used “markets advanced repair” as aircraft mechanics, for example, or to staff emergency medical centers, for example.
The HC1 has a screen under the line of sight, it would provide additional information to the user. Several units can operate in a network and share data.
The device runs on Windows CE 6.0 Professional, and would be offered for sale during the first half of 2013. come with WiFi connectivity, although it is possible that in the future include 3G or 4G.
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