Back in June of 2017, Vuzix brought its industrial-oriented M300 AR glasses to consumers, launching for $1499, with a line of modular accessories sold separately. It was an intriguing, lightweight, and efficient AR device, which helped pave the way for this week’s unveiling of the more consumer-friendly and Amazon-Alexa-toting Vuzix Blade. Neither device requires tethering for power. We took a look at the M300 and Vuzix Blade, and tested out some of their AR capabilities.
The Vuzix M300 takes a rather simple, yet effective approach to AR. Essentially, the M300 is mountable computer …