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    Vuzix IWear glasses

    Anybody tried any of the Vuzix brand stuff? Ebay prices on some of the older models are in the $100-$150 range. Put them in some ski goggles and it should be nice. Just wondering why I haven't heard anybody using them.

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    I think it is because of the size of the screen. It isn't that large.
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