Epson Moverio BT-200

Epson Moverio BT-200
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Jun 2017

alaTest hat 24 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Epson Moverio BT-200 zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 3.4/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.3/5 für andere Produkte.

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Kundenmeinung von: (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Epson Moverio BT-200

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 user reviews of Epson Moverio BT-200 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.co.uk.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

Diese Zusammenfassung basiert auf den Produkten: Epson Moverio BT-200 Augmented Reality Android Smart GlassesEpson Moverio BT-200 Augmented Reality Android Smart Glasses

Jun 2017

Expertenbewertung von: Lily Prasuethsut (techradar.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200 review

 

Augmented reality is still far away, and these smart glasses prove it

Decent augmented reality ; Good battery life

Not enough apps ; Heavy ; Unattractive ; Needs updated interface

With a clunky design an interface in dire need of an update, it's best to avoid the Moverio BT-200 smart glasses and wait for what Epson cooks up next.

Apr 2015

Expertenbewertung von: Matt Safford (digitaltrends.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200 review

 

Epson's Android-based augmented reality platform has lots of potential. But the hardware could use an overhaul, and aside from Netflix and a few niche uses, it will hold limited appeal without ample app development.

On one hand, Epson’s Moverio BT-200 has a lot of rough edges and design quirks that scream “not ready for the mainstream.” You can buy Epson’s VR glasses today, if you’re willing to plunk down , but they clearly aren’t meant for the general consumer.

Mär 2015

Expertenbewertung von: Will Greenwald (pcmag.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200

 

If you're a developer who wants to experiment with augmented reality and head-mounted displays, the Epson Moverio BT-200 is a much more economical choice than Google Glass. But for now, it's mostly a tech demo not meant for casual users.

Less than half the price of Google Glass. Runs Android 4.0. Relatively easy to wear and use. Comes with handy carrying case.

Currently no real consumer purpose unless you're a developer or a dedicated gadgeteer. Can feel uncomfortable when worn with glasses.

The glasses, control box, and the filters, earbuds, and other in-box accessories all fit comfortably in molded foam slots in the included hard-shell nylon carrying case. It's a handy way to carry around everything you need to use the BT-200 in a...

Aug 2014

Expertenbewertung von: Chris Davies (slashgear.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200 Review: Smashing Glass

 

Google didn't invent wearable technology, it just made it contentious. Glass ' play for the mass-market isn't going smoothly, but Google isn't the only company pushing head-mounted displays. Epson 's Moverio BT-200 may have been dismissed by many as...

To say the wearable market is in a fledgling state would be an understatement. Glass’ impact has arguably been more in stoking controversy over issue of privacy and gadget-saturation than encouraging the public at large to embrace body-worn devices,...

Jun 2014

Expertenbewertung von: David Court (pcadvisor.co.uk)

Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses hands-on review

 

Theses smart glasses run Android 4.0.4 with the ability to download apps from the Epson store, and can be controlled mainly by an accompanying hand-held touchpad that is connected to glasses via a cable. Using the touchpad was trickier than we thought...

The Epson Moverio BT-200 are a great piece of technology that offers you away to watch movies and play games from a pair of glasses. The technology and design that has gone into this product is incredible, but we are doubtful as to whether there is any...

Jan 2014

Expertenbewertung von: Luke Johnson (trustedreviews.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200

 

Hands-on at CES 2014: Epson launches a Google Glass rival and we have a play.

A step forward in the company’s smart glasses efforts, the Epson Moverio BT-200 has not convinced us just yet as the future of techy eyewear. That said, during our hands-on with the device, the gaming capabilities brought the headset into its own and...

Jan 2014

Expertenbewertung von: Gary Sims (androidauthority.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200 smart glasses review

 

The Epson Moverio BT-200 augmented reality smart glasses are powered by an Android based control box. I have been testing them out, see what I discovered.

available for $699.99 from Amazon.

Sep 2015

Expertenbewertung von: Pete Pachal (mashable.com)

Epson Moverio is Google Glass on steroids [REVIEW]

 

The Epson Moverio is ten times nerdier than Google Glass, but it also delivers something Google's connected gadget can't: true augmented reality.

Immersive augmented-reality experience ; Very little lag ; Runs full Android

Dorky to the extreme ; Touchpad control not very natural

The Epson Moverio is ten times nerdier than Google Glass, but it also delivers something Google's connected gadget cannot: true augmented reality.

Dez 2014

Expertenbewertung von: Fritz Nelson (tomshardware.com)

Epson Moverio BT-200 Augmented Reality Glasses Review

 

Epson proves that Augmented Reality is here and starting to deliver on its promise. The Moverio 200 glasses are far from perfect, however, and the applications are just emerging.

Okt 2014

Expertenbewertung von: David Nogueira (01net.com)

Test Epson Moverio BT-200 : un concept de lunettes intéressant encore mal exploité

 

Epson peine à exploiter le potentiel de ses lunettes de cinéma. Les premiers tests montrent que la plateforme technique a bien évolué, mais les développements logiciels ne suivent pas.

Le bilan est globalement mitigé pour les lunettes Epson Moverio BT-200. Le produit est enfin stable, réactif et plutôt agréable dans son utilisation multimédia. Mais la pauvreté des applications et ses usages toujours en cours de développement ne...

Aug 2014
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