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3 Reviews for Epson Moverio BT-40S

  1. danny

    The field of view gets fuzzy at the corners based on your face shape. They do not provide a storage case and I can see the glasses giving you issues with scratches in the future. The connection to windows was easy but apple products was terrible. The Andriod device does not last long. The cable to hook up to the computer was very short so this is a laptop devices vs desktop. The usbc extender is a 20 dollar add on you must buy through a third party. This version has no camera like the previous models so sharing what you for business applications is impossibly hard.The only redeeming quality is the parts of the screen that are not blurry are fantastic. Hopefully they get the next version right to substantiate the price.

  2. Stevin

    I wanted to absolutely love this device – and while it will be perfect for some, it absolutely is not that way for all.Pros:1. Picture is indeed crisp (except for corners) and transparency with outside world is good.2. Can be used as an additional Display as advertisedCons:1. Picture is blurry in corners. This may be because of the distance between my eyes, but it is always blurry unless I am able to push the glasses uncomfortably on my face to reposition my eyes.2. The battery device when connected to the android device is horrible. Maybe 1-2 hours at most. The android device screen needs to stay and is essentially mirrored into the glasses. The resolution is not 1080p when using the android device – which defeats the purpose3. The nose bridge pieces are extremely painful – likely because my nose is wider. But this design was not thought through.4. The cable when connecting to windows (which provides the optimal viewing experience) is short5. It will not connect to my iPad or MacBook Air (even though it is recognized as a device)In conclusion – this device is a great step in the right direction – it may be perfect for many – but it certainly is not perfect for all. I wanted to love it – It is just too painful to wear, so I am returning it.

  3. MIchel bisson

    Very interesting but still need to learn how to use all possibilities

  4. Stevin

    I wanted to absolutely love this device – and while it will be perfect for some, it absolutely is not that way for all.Pros:1. Picture is indeed crisp (except for corners) and transparency with outside world is good.2. Can be used as an additional Display as advertisedCons:1. Picture is blurry in corners. This may be because of the distance between my eyes, but it is always blurry unless I am able to push the glasses uncomfortably on my face to reposition my eyes.2. The battery device when connected to the android device is horrible. Maybe 1-2 hours at most. The android device screen needs to stay and is essentially mirrored into the glasses. The resolution is not 1080p when using the android device – which defeats the purpose3. The nose bridge pieces are extremely painful – likely because my nose is wider. But this design was not thought through.4. The cable when connecting to windows (which provides the optimal viewing experience) is short5. It will not connect to my iPad or MacBook Air (even though it is recognized as a device)In conclusion – this device is a great step in the right direction – it may be perfect for many – but it certainly is not perfect for all. I wanted to love it – It is just too painful to wear, so I am returning it.

  5. danny

    The field of view gets fuzzy at the corners based on your face shape. They do not provide a storage case and I can see the glasses giving you issues with scratches in the future. The connection to windows was easy but apple products was terrible. The Andriod device does not last long. The cable to hook up to the computer was very short so this is a laptop devices vs desktop. The usbc extender is a 20 dollar add on you must buy through a third party. This version has no camera like the previous models so sharing what you for business applications is impossibly hard.The only redeeming quality is the parts of the screen that are not blurry are fantastic. Hopefully they get the next version right to substantiate the price.

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Epson Moverio BT-40S

Experience augmented reality with Epson Moverio BT-40S Smart Glasses. Incorporate productivity apps and create innovative experiences.

Highlights
Epson Moverio BT-40S - HD resolution, dual displays, Google services, durable, sensor-packed.
Pros

- Immersive AR experience
- Comfortable fit
- High-quality display

Cons

- Expensive
- Limited app selection
- Short battery life

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Epson Moverio BT-40S Smart Glasses offer a unique visual experience that immerses users in a world of augmented reality. The glasses feature high-resolution dual-binocular displays and an intuitive touch controller, making them perfect for extended periods of wear. The display uses Si-OLED technology to provide high-quality images with excellent color reproduction and full HD 1080p resolution, offering a wide 34-degree field-of-view that is equivalent to looking at a 120” screen from 16 feet away.

The glasses come pre-loaded with productivity apps like Chrome, Gmail, Google Drive, and a QR code reader, and are certified by Google Mobile Services and powered by Android 9.0 OS. They also feature an auto-focus camera, flashlight, proximity sensors, and built-in audio, making them an open-platform interface ideal for app developers. With a comprehensive set of sensors, including GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, and ambient light sensors, users can track location, head, and motion to deliver a customized experience.

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// FEATURES

  • Outstanding image quality with Si-OLED technology
  • Full HD 1080p resolution with 34-degree field-of-view
  • Fully transparent, dual displays for situational awareness
  • Simple user interface with Google Mobile Services
  • Durable, flexible and comfortable design
  • Works indoors and outdoors with attachable shade and ambient light sensors
  • Out-of-the-box functionality with useful apps preloaded
  • Built-in audio with headset and controller
  • Developer-friendly platform for easy app development
  • Packed with sensors for location, head and motion tracking
  • Ideal for industries like manufacturing, logistics and healthcare
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    ManufacturerEpson
    BrandEpson
    Item Weight‎2.06 pounds
    Product Dimensions‎10.3 x 8.2 x 3.9 inches
    ColorBlack
    Number of Items‎1
    SizeLarge
    Epson Moverio BT-40S
    released on March 25, 2021

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    The Epson Moverio BT-40S is a lightweight and comfortable smart glasses device that outputs a large-screen viewing experience 10 meters away. It features a full HD display and an advanced, transparent binocular display that can overlay digital information on the real world. The device has multiple connectivity options and a built-in camera for hands-free operation. It is ideal for use in various industries, including manufacturing, logistics, and healthcare, as it enhances productivity and efficiency.

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