Sulon introduces standalone Sun glasses with AMD hardware

Mar

15

2016

At the Game Developer Conference, the company Sulon are all-in-one headset unveiled by AMD hardware. The glasses have no other hardware needed to function and the AMD APU, according to the manufacturer ‘console-like’ offer graphics performance.

The introduction of the Sulon Q at the Game Developer Conference relates according to the company a sneak peek. If the actual market launch will take place and what are the prices are not yet known. However, some specifications have been published on the manufacturer’s site, after AMD already a video posted online. It involves a head full portable computer running Windows 10.

The processor that drives the whole for the AMD FX-8800P, a Carrizo-APU with two Excavator modules, Radeon R7 GPU compute with eight cores and 512 shaders and a TDP of 35W. Normally, this APU will be the way to laptops, but Sulon places him in the headset. It is not known if the clock speeds are reduced.

Sulon is also mention of a “Sulon Spatial Processing Unit that the calculations for the mapping of the area, tracking of objects and takes the gestures in his account. The glasses have 8GB of DDR3 memory and a 256GB SSD. The images are displayed with the glasses on a OLED screen with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. The Sulon Q includes support for Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 4.0, and there are also an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, USB 3.0, HDMI out, 3.5mm audio-in and built-in microphones.

The Canadian manufacturer speaks of a wear-and-play technological design that would sit and be both ergonomic and lightweight comfortable. However, the weight is not known. At the end of spring Sulon Q should appear.

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