In Pictures: Best of CES 2014

Here’s what grabbed our attention at the sprawling CES 2014 gadget show in Las Vegas

GlassUp, eyeglass display for incoming emails, texts, etc The idea is simple but hard to do, apparently: GlassUp’s eyeglasses use Bluetooth to link with your mobile phone, and a phone-based app for a read-only display incoming text on the eyeglass lenses: emails, messages, tweets, etc. That’s different from Google Glass which makes you look up and away. But GlassUp has a way to go, says The Verge’s Ellis Hamburger, who tried out a prototype at CES. It projects “tiny green lettering” that “was difficult, if not impossible to read…skewed and nearly illegible,” he writes. Due in summer 2014, priced at $399.

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