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YelloMosquito launches wireless media player glasses

Written by Dave Horvath @ 27 Nov 2007 14:36 User comments (15)

YelloMosquito launches wireless media player glasses A company out of Sydney by the name of 22Moo has unveiled something of interest. They claim they're launching the world's first wireless video glasses with support for DivX and other formats with its built in media player. Their subsidiary company, YelloMosquito has announced the arrival of the Qingbar Gp300, the world's first wireless LCOS (Liquid Crystal on Silicon) display glasses.
This state-of-the-art device combined with LCOS display and media player, allows you to enjoy a big cinema screen experience through a pair of sleek and funky video glasses with hi-fi audio through high quality earphones in one tiny device eliminating the distraction of wires. It is totally hands free, mobile and private. The Qingbar GP300 features a sleek, light weight design with LCOS micro displays, which deliver crisp, vivid-color, QVGA video image simulates the image of a 50" display from a distance of 2M away. You just insert a mini SD card into the slot, and then you can entertain yourself with your favorite movies / videos, MP3 music, JPEG photos, or e-book text.

Specifications and Compatibility:
  • Memory Card Slot : Support Mini SD Card (Hot plug and play)
  • EQ Mode : Rock/Classic/Normal/Bass
  • Interface : USB
  • Audio File Format : Support MP3, WMA9, IMA,and AAC
  • Video File Format : MP4/MPG/AVI/ASF(MPEG1/2/4 ( Divx3.x/4.x/5.x & XviD)
  • Unit Dimensions (LxWxH) 180x175x40 (mm)
  • Weight 100g
Pricing is said to be at $299 and pre-orders can now be taken at their website.





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15 user comments

127.11.2007 15:37

$125?

OMF!! IM GETTING ONE THOOSE BAD BOYS :-D

227.11.2007 15:55
vinny13
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Cool... I'll think I'll look into this some more...

327.11.2007 15:58

@vinny13

Dont! I did, check out the res of thoose glasses...

230K pixels on a effective "32" inch screen. Sounds nasty..

Maybe next year theyl do something decent :-(

Fow now theese are useless

427.11.2007 16:39
evnflow
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$125? try $299-$399(USD)

Quote:
Price

$399 USD SRP (Suggested Retail Price)

** PRE-ORDER LAUNCH PRICE $299 USD SHIPS EARLY DECEMBER **

527.11.2007 16:43

Quote:
$125? try $299-$399(USD)

Nope the cheaper model is $125

627.11.2007 16:46

Cool. Now I can accelerate the rate at which I get eye cancer from watching too many movies.

727.11.2007 16:47

I can watch porn at work now too...

827.11.2007 16:54
evnflow
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yeah..but the article was implying the gp300..that's why i posted the 299 price, plus i didn't see the cheaper model..thanks for update

927.11.2007 17:09
vinny13
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Originally posted by maryjayne:
Cool. Now I can accelerate the rate at which I get eye cancer from watching too many movies.
Just what I was thinkin'!

We'll all need glasses as big as Bubbles lmao

*Trailer Park Boys if for some reason you've never heard of them :S

1027.11.2007 17:46

Quote:
Originally posted by maryjayne:
Cool. Now I can accelerate the rate at which I get eye cancer from watching too many movies.
Just what I was thinkin'!

We'll all need glasses as big as Bubbles lmao

*Trailer Park Boys if for some reason you've never heard of them :S
ya these glasses are huge and look weird. big to carry around. i would buy one of these when they have it a size of normal glasses so i can use them in class without the teacher knowing(old teachers tend to not know alot about today's technology. which probably won't happen anytime soon.

1127.11.2007 18:25

I bet this does some mad damage on your eyes. This thing can't be good for the retina.

1227.11.2007 19:33

wow, taht looks so weird, but come in handy with a nagy wife lol

1328.11.2007 12:23

things like this have been out for a while now
here is one on ebay that is an 80"

http://cgi.ebay.com/Virtual-Video-Eyewea...1QQcmdZViewItem

1429.11.2007 6:43
ali2007
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this is cool

1520.12.2007 17:43

I would love one of these. This is one of the gadgets i remember seeing in the back to the future movies. I love to have one of these however i wonder how this would be on the eyes of the user.

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