It's a good thing there are people out there too sensible to listen to everything Tim Cook says. Last year Mr We-Can't-Make-Quality-AR-Glasses-Yet claimed we don't have the actual tech to make AR glasses that are any good. I was lucky...View Article
Vuzix Blade glasses will undoubtedly blaze the trail toward logcial, approachable AR for everyone, with Amazon's Alexa digital assistant steering the wheel.
by Tech Radar
It's easily the best AR on show at CES 2018.View Article
Vuzix Blade with Amazon Alexa
by Next Reality
In terms of market-ready AR headsets that hit the sweet spot between form, function, and price, the Vuzix Blade with Amazon Alexa integration was closest to the pinView Article
Glasses Augment Reality With Alexa and Fashion
If Google Glass and Amazon’s Alexa had a baby with some design sense, it might be the Vuzix Blade AR Smart SunglassesView Article
CES 2018: The best of this year's show
by Fox News
Vuzix could achieve what Google Glass didn’t. It allows you to keep your head up while interacting with your deviceView Article
Best Augmented Reality: Vuzix Blade
by Tom's Guide
At CES, we saw nearly a dozen pairs of AR glasses, but many of them looked and felt like clunky prototypes or toys. The Vuzix Blade, on the other hand — available beginning later this year for $1,000 — is...View Article
Vuzix introduced its latest product this week called the Vuzix Blade.
by Rolling Stones
Vuzix introduced its latest product this week called the Vuzix Blade. It's a pair of augmented reality smart glasses you actually wouldn't feel embarrassed wearing on the street.View Article
Hands-free mobile computing and connectivity
by Ft. Leavenworth Lamp
They're back, and now they're better and a whole lot better-looking, too. Vuzix Blade Smart Sunglasses promise to augment reality by providing hands-free mobile computing and connectivity.View Article
Vuzix Blade smart glasses at CES 2018
The concept of smart glasses hasn’t really gotten off the ground yet, but that could change with the Blade from Vuzix.View Article
Vuzix Blade and M300 hands-on
by Phone Arena
With the added ability to display notifications, surf the web, answer phone calls, and more, the Blade brings consumers and developers alike, the much-desired functionality and potential to enjoy a truly seamless, and hands-free computing experience.View Article
AR Has So Much Promise
by Dealer Scope
We saw two smart glasses in particular that stood out. But for me personally, it was the Vuzix Blade that left me feeling like I’d have no problem strapping a pair of these things on my head and walking around...View Article
Augmented and virtual reality products to get excited about in 2018
by Gear Brain
New York startup Vuzix impressed in Vegas with the Blade, a pair of attractive AR glasses which project a user interface onto the right-hand lens. They look more conventional than the dorky-looking Google Glass, and include a touchpad on the...View Article
"Vuzix, founded in 1997, may have built a pair of augmented reality glasses that can finally help bring the technology to the masses."
by The Street
Vuzix CEO Paul Travers discusses the wearable company's new Blade glasses, how the Amazon partnership came about and the state of the AR-powered wearable market.View Article
"Vuzix Blade makes AR glasses look better than ever, in more ways than one"
CES 2018: The glasses get an Alexa boost. Like Google's foray into AR, the Vuzix Blade projects a small window onto one of the lenses, though it's much more prominently positioned than on Glass.View Article
"Vuzix Blade AR glasses are the next-gen Google Glass we’ve all been waiting for"
by The Verge
These $1,000, Alexa-enabled smart glasses feel like the first fully baked AR product since the failure of Google Glass.View Article