Vuzix starts volume production and shipment of its ‘M4000 Smart Glasses’

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Vuzix Corporation a supplier of Smart Glasses and Augmented Reality (AR) technology and products,  announced that the Company has begun volume production and shipment of its M4000 Smart Glasses to the US and Canada, EU and Japan. The M4000 Smart Glasses are available for purchase from Vuzix website directly and shortly available from Amazon online stores in the US, Canada and Japan, as well as its large network of resellers and software partners.

The Vuzix M4000 Smart Glasses offer all the computing power and performance of the Vuzix M400 Smart Glasses but with enhanced AR capabilities thanks to Vuzix’ latest optical waveguide technologies, which provide a completely non-occluded see-through heads-up display.

The M4000 is backwards compatible with the M400, providing an easy option for customers requiring see-through or non-occluded solutions, and at 5,000 nits it offers one of the brightest waveguide displays available, suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The M4000 Smart Glasses, built with the latest state-of-the-art technology available, represent the premier smart glasses in the industry today.

They are designed for long term usage by enterprises and will come with regular upgrades to its OS, software support and system security. Vuzix knows its customers spend a lot of time and resources investing in new technology deployments and it intends to support these investments for extended-term operational compatibility.

image-Paul-Travers-President-and-Chief-Executive-Officer-at-Vuzix-MediaBrief.jpgPaul Travers, President and Chief Executive Officer at Vuzix, said, “The Vuzix M4000 Smart Glasses were designed to be optically see-through and deliver the best-in-class enterprise performance that our customers have grown accustomed to experiencing with our M400, which uses the same Qualcomm XR1 processor.

“This is our first product incorporating our latest advanced waveguide technologies with vastly improved optical performance, efficiency, resolution, and image size field of view. We do have numerous customers across a wide range of industry verticals that have requested or require a completely non-occluded (“see-through”) device for many of their critical manufacturing and remote assistance applications.

“We expect the M4000 to quickly become a key solution within our smart glasses product family and provide a one-two punch along with the M400 across our enterprise customer base,” Travers added.

The Vuzix M4000 is the second Vuzix Smart Glasses product based on the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ XR1 Platform XR1. For more information on the M4000, including a video overview, please visit: www.Vuzix.com/m4000.

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