ORA-X is the next Android powered headphones/glasses

What about wearing headphones with a Google Glass like screen, well, that’s what the ORA-X Android powered headphone want you to do, does it look a little bulky? anyway, here is all you need to know about it.

ORA-X is a smartglass/headphone style shaped device, it runs Android Lollipop and it is provided with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a 2000 mAh battery (that will last for 8 hours on normal use). If you just want music, you can do it via the headphones while the screen is pulled up to your head, but if you want to enjoy some augmented reality, you can pull it down and launch your android apps, you can watch Youtube videos, play your android games, navigate the Internet and more..

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According to the team behind ORA-X, the screen experience is like watching a 70 inch display from 15 feet away, a display that features 120Hz refresh rate, so watch-out Google, this screen might be clearer than your smartglasses. The device is also provided with a gyroscope and an accelerometer to track you activities, (are you serious ORA-X makers? do you think that wearing this for fitness tracking is helpful). Of course, the device is also equipped with a camera, WiFi and Buetooth connectivity, and the side touchpad along with the integrated microphone will both let you navigate on the screen.

The ORA-X is launched on an indiegogo campaign, and it will cost you $349 as an early bird.