A consumer augmented reality company Everysight announced price point, feature set and have launched details for their Raptor AR Smartglasses (Raptor), the first consumer-focused augmented reality smartglasses for cyclists, triathletes, and early adopters. Raptor smartglasses enhance performance using augmented reality to provide riders with the real-time information they need to become faster, fitter, and more efficient. The glasses are coming in three colors (all black, black with green trim, and white with blue trim) and have a price of $649 for the 16GB and $699 for the 32GB versions. Additionally, Everysight will offer accessories such as a handlebar control system, RX frames, and tinted visors. Consumers can register for
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