Vuzix today has unveiled its new Google Glasses type wearable Android computer. Named as M100, the glasses comes with 3-axis head tracker, gyroscope, GPS and a digital compass.
The glasses are expected to be officially available in early 2013 and will come with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Other features of the glasses includes WQVGA resolution display with 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. This provides the users with the impression of a 4-inch smartphone display in front of their right eye. The M100 is powered by 1GHz OMPA 4430 processor, 1GB of RAM and Wi-Fi, bluetooth for connectivity.
The Vuzix M100 is capable of recording video and images at 1280×720 res. and the glasses has 8GB of internal storage. Also the glasses provides users to use visual navigation systems, web browsing, SMS message, hands-free calling and photography.
There’s no information available on pricing and the worldwide availability yet, but as soon as we hear something we’ll post it.