Developed by a third-party Company Vuzix Corp the glasses that are set to retail for around A$1,300 the offering is a unique development as Vuzix is only a small 75-person Company who is using the global marketing might of Amazon to market the new glasses.
Vuzix will release these AR glasses in the second quarter of this year for about $1000.
Vuzix is in the business of smart glasses for over 20 years.
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Vuzix is a leading supplier of Smart-Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technologies and products for the consumer and enterprise markets. Vuzix has also teased that Amazon could launch its own Alexa-enabled AR glasses soon.
A wearer can ask Alexa for information and have it displayed on the glasses using the augmented reality technology.
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