The Motorola HC1 Headset Computer is Voice and Movement-Operated

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: • References: motorola & dvice
The ability to operate your computer completely hands-free is now a reality with the Motorola HC1 headset computer.

The simple-to-use computer is operated through voice controls and head movements to free the user's hands for increased mobility. The HC1 headset features a built-in micro screen that is viewed as a 15-inch screen of a remotely accessed computer, which will allow the operator to easily view important instructions or videos while completing a task. A camera and microphone are incorporated into the design to stream what you're seeing to co-workers and enable speech commands. The sophisticated headset tracks head movements to allow users to easily view all aspects of their computer screen. The HC1 features 512MB of RAM, a 3D accelerator and a microSD slot to further expand storage. Stats for Powerful Hands-Free Computers Trending: Older & Chilly
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