Technology continues to move forward and far beyond the days when the use of augmented reality headset systems have conditioned users. Portability is a priority for manufacturers and Intel continues to work on its Moverio device for more discreet use.
The BT-30C, which is due to hit stores in June for $ 599, continues its augmented reality system, and although it comes close to conventional glasses, it continues to rely on "appendages" attached to the rods that make them heavy (95 grams). In any case, Intel seeks to satisfy the business market with its solution, projecting only the massification of the product in 3-5 years, as other manufacturers.
The system can be connected to any Android smartphone or to a Windows PC via USB-C. Another "win" of this model, with regard to portability, is that it dispenses with the control box present in previous models. According to The Verge, who tested the new model, the glasses are more comfortable and with more fit options for smaller heads.
As it is mentioned, the system can project up to three applications simultaneously, in different screens, simply turning the head to alternate between them. So you can be browsing an internet browser, watching a movie and another app in the third window.