Another Mobile World Congress (MWC) has come and gone, full of news, announcements and the odd sangria-induced hangover, no doubt.
It's useful to take stock after such an event and look at some of the most notable announcements, so V3 has put together a round-up of the top 10 most interesting announcements from the show, from devices to strategy.
10. Epson Moverio BT-300 offers glimpse of augmented reality future
Smart glasses have been around for a while, but most are clunky, expensive or have poor software and specifications. Epson is looking to change that with the BT-300 augmented reality (AR) smart glasses.
The BT-300 features a lightweight design, super-sharp silicone OLED displays, and a Intel Atom X5 processor outputting 1.44GHz. The package could see AR adopted by consumers and enterprises.
The device runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and has a fairly open software layer ripe for developers to build apps on top, which Epson hopes will create an ecosystem around AR and increase its adoption.
The INQUIRER put the BT-300 to the test and was impressed by the glasses and the technology behind them.
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