|Epson Launches an Android Based Wearable 3D Display|
|Home Theater News General News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Tuesday, 03 April 2012|
It's unfortunate, but there are places where you can't lug your gorgeous TV or projector. On a plane, for example. That tiny seat mounted into the chair in front of you is all you have to watch, and the selection is typically pretty sad. Epson's new BT-100 aims to change that. It's a wearable personal media device that gives you an 80 inch virtual screen for your own enjoyment.
The BT-100 lets you want side-by-side 3D and boasts support for a range of media files and Flash 11 for all your streaming needs. Epson hasn't revealed just what video formats can be played back, but they're giving you a good deal of space in which to store them. The BT-100 comes packed with a 4GB microSDHC card and a gig of onboard memory. You can use up to a 32GB card in the device. Epson's BT-100 will be available on April 6th at $699 and is currently available for preorder on Amazon.