Cinemizer OLED Glasses From Carl Zeiss



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The international optics expert Carl Zeiss has recently unveiled the minimal multimedia video glasses. Cinemizer OLED glasses combine three-dimensional movie enjoyment with splendid image quality and stereo sound. The glasses boast a stunning design and a high level of comfort: they are light weight and feature a soft silicon nose pad and two soft rubber ear clips to ensure maximum enjoyment. You can enjoy 3D movies even when you’re stuck on a flight or during a long trip, cause the integrated rechargeable battery provides power for up to six hours. The Cinemizer can be easily connected to a number of gadgets like Apple devices, smartphones with HDMI or analog A/V interface, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles such as PS3 or XBox, PCs & notebooks, etc.




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