Motorola Solutions has this week launched a new wearable computer in the form of the new Motorola Solutions HC1. Whilst the wearable computer might not be as slick as lightweight as Google’s Glass project, the Motorola Solutions HC1 has been designed for use by engineers rather than consumers.
The HC1 wearable computer consists of an eye display that is capable of showing an 800 x 600 resolution, and create a display similar to viewing a 15 inch screen.
The power behind the HC1 wearable computer is provided by a 800MHz OMAP3 dualcore running Windows CE 6.0 professional, enabling it to conserve power whilst in use. Watch the video below to learn more about the HC1 project and see it in action.
Other features of the Motorola Solutions HC1 wearable computer include WiFi b/g, Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, connectivity, together with with a 9-axis head-tracking, custom speech recognition, accelerometer, and digital compass. As well as a removable USB web camera mounted on the right side of the wearer.
Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always.
Source: SlashgearFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Geeky Stuff, Hardware, Technology News, Top News