Vuzix Wrap Fashion Shades Now Available in Four Vibrant Colors
Rochester, NY - June 21, 2010 - Vuzix Corporation (TSX-V: VZX), the leader in video eyewear for the mainstream consumer, defense and low vision markets, is excited to announce the availability of the new Wrap Fashion Shades. The interchangeable collection features four different colors - red, blue, amber, and mirror - giving Wrap users several options when looking to personalize their video eyewear.
Setting the standard for stylish wearable displays, the Wrap Fashion Shades snap-on to all current models of Wrap video eyewear for maximum ease of application. Each Shade is made of durable plastic yet features a smooth, glossy finish for a dazzling appearance.
"The Wrap Fashion Shades are part of an accessory line that will be made available to Wrap users to allow for ultimate customization and visual appeal", says Paul Travers, CEO of Vuzix. "Our video eyewear can now seamlessly complement any mood, personality, or outfit."
Each Shade can be purchased separately ($19.99 MSRP per pair) or at $49.95 MSRP for the 4-color combo "Fashion Pack". For more information or to purchase, please visit http://www.vuzix.com.
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About Vuzix Corporation
Vuzix Corporation manufactures personal display devices for the entertainment, defense, industrial and low vision medical markets. Vuzix products provide users with a portable and private big screen experience that delivers big screen mobile entertainment in the consumer markets, low vision assist in the medical markets and tactical information in the defense markets. The company is revolutionizing the mobile display industry and aims to continue to create products that enrich the lives of its customers. Vuzix has won six CES Innovations Awards since 2005, the 2008 RetailVision Best New Product - Hardware Award among others. Founded in 1997, Vuzix recently became a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX VENTURE: VZX) with offices in Rochester, NY, London, UK and Tokyo, Japan.
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