Kopin Golden-i head-mounted computer uses Windows CE 6

Shown of a Mobile World Congress this head-mounted computer with its voice-controlled user interface uses Windows CE 6.0 on an ARM Cortex A8 processor and is intended for industrial use, but I can easily imagine freaking out everyone on the plane by pulling this out this unit in business class.

The full specs are:

  • CyberDisplay® SVGA microdisplay
  • 32-bit native, componentized, Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R2 operating system
  • Texas Instruments’ (TI) OMAP dual processor – 600 MHz ARM Cortex 8, 400MHz DSP
  • Micron Technologies high-performance memories packaged in advanced stackable Package on Package (POP) packaging for TI OMAP devices
  • Nuance’s VoCon3200 speech recognition software
  • Hillcrest Labs 6-axis, solid state real-time position tracker.
  • Mini-USB port and a removable Micro SD card slot capable of supporting up to 32GB on non-volatile solid state RAM.
  • Single 1200 mA/hr Li-ion battery

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