Epson Moverio BT-200

Top 10 Key Selling Points: Epson Moverio BT-200

  1. Built-In GPS, Compass, Gyroscope and Accelerometer
  2. 1.2GHz Dual-Core TI OMAP 4480 CPU
  3. Smartbox Touch Controller
  4. 8GB Internal Storage
  5. Runs on Android 4.0
  6. 6-Hour Battery Life
  7. Bendable Noseguard
  8. MicroSD Card Slot
  9. Lightweight
  10. 1GB of RAM


“It’s comfortable to wear, easy to use and cheaper than Google Glass…”

The Epson Moverio BT-200 is what Epson call “intelligent glasses”. Most of us might associate Epson with printers, but that doesn’t mean they can’t produce good tech in other departments. This is a decent set of augmented reality smart glasses (a lot like a poor man’s Google Glass) the glasses project a video image in your field of vision that appears as a stereoscopic image over both eyes, not just 1 like Google Glass. It’s all very much run of the mill tech these days.

Powered by an Android operating system it uses a sort of smartphone interface control unit. It’s comfortable to wear, easy to use and cheaper than Google Glass ever was! But this is not strictly a consumer product. Epson intends this headset primarily for enterprise and development applications as it even requires a small amount of coding work to run Android apps on it. This is a good quality AR headset for all the tech-heads and coders out there. But in the future, we suspect a more consumer friendly version to be released.


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