Motorola Solutions recently has unveiled a head-mounted, voice-controlled HC1 wearable computer. Expected to take on Google’s Project Glass, the Motorola HC1 Headset Computer features a micro-display (that simulates a view of a 15-inch screen) from Kopin Corporation, and an optional camera to send back real-time video over a wireless network.
The device is designed to provide hands-free access to information for use in military, industrial and medical markets.
Powered by an ARM processor, the new Motorola HC1 headset PC will retail for around $4,000 (circa £2,500 excluding taxes) per unit. Running Microsoft Windows CE 6.0 Professional, the WiFi equipped HC1 is expected to hit shelves by H1 2013; with the possibility of 3G or 4G radios. The gadget also can be used to make voice calls and use navigational data.
Watch the Motorola Wearable Device in action on the video below.
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