Everysight Announces Price and Launch Details for Raptor AR Smartglasses

24
Oct
2017

I’ve written about the upcoming launch of Everysight’s Raptor Smartglasses a couple of times already, and if they have caught your attention like they have mine….then you’ll be interested in knowing these details.

Augmented Reality is one of the new buzz words for electronics, and thanks to Everysmart it’s already part of cycling.  By using the Raptor Smartglasses, all your metrics and information from your cycling computer can now be found right in your line of sight.

Raptor will come in three colours choices and have a MSRP of US$649 for the 16GB and $699 for the 32GB version, but let me tell you how to get them at a much better price.

Beginning today, those of your in North America can pre-order invitation for your Raptors at a special invitation price by going to www.everysight.com.  On November 15, those who got in early enough will receive their invitation for purchase at the early adopter price of $499 and $549.  Product will ship out starting early 2018.  The UK and EU invitation process will begin in January 2018.

For more information on the Raptor Augmented Reality Smartglasses, or to request your invitation please visit them at www.everysight.com.

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