A new wearable camera, the QBiC MS-1, is on its way from ELMO, the first of any such device that the company has produced. The device shoots video in full HD 1080p, takes hi-resolution still images, and weighs 20% less than a typical smartphone. It also includes wide-angle lens settings, WiFi, SD memory card storage, and micro HDMI and USB connections.
ELMO will be showing off the camera at CES, before it becomes available for purchase in February.
Also on display at the show will be the BOXi-T200, ELMO’s new 150-Lumen portable HD video projector. The new pocket projector is no bigger than 4x6 inches and features an “ECO” mode that reduces power consumption by 46%. The BOXi-T200 retails for $429 and is available now.
Check out the press releases for both devices below.