Device Review: Epson Moverio BT-200 Smart Glasses


Over the last few years, the world of wearables has truly gone from fantasy to reality. With the advent of devices like Google Glass, Android Wear, and the bevy of available fitness trackers, the mainstream is becoming more aware and interested in wearables.

Epson took note of this trend as far back as 2011, when they released the Moverio BT-100 smart glasses, but unfortunately, it wasn’t a hit. In many ways you might say it was before its time.

Well as of this year, Epson has taken another crack at the wearable market by introducing their next generation of Moverio glasses, the BT-200. I’ve had my hands on these for a couple of months now, and, well, it’s a bit of a mixed bag.. . . READ ON »

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Epson Sponsoring XDA:DevCon ’14

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Here at XDA, we enjoy seeing new companies enter the mobile world, and even more so when they desire to reach out to the development community. Epson, the long-time printer company, recently released the world’s first app-enabled label printer, the Labelworks LW-600P. Compatible with a variety of unique tapes (glow-in-the-dark, satin ribbon, iron-on, fluorescent, cable wrap, polka dot, and more), the LW-600P opens up a world of label-making possibilities that go beyond simple adhesive labels.

In addition to the hardware, Epson also has launched a developer’s program allowing for the creation of third-party apps to enhance the experience of the LW-600P for any label making need. The Ep. . . READ ON »

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