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ALLie Go Portable Camera & VR Headset

ALLie Cam by IC Real Tech to unveil several company firsts, namely the ALLie Go portable 360x360 action video camera and ALLie VR and ALLie Cardboard VR headsets.

The ALLie Go is a high-resolution portable action video camera that leverages the company’s 360x360 technology to stream live to display devices via Wi-Fi.  About the size of a baseball, ALLie Go easily mounts to the body or sporting equipment for use in action sports, adventures and entertainment settings.  The camera integrates two microphones, a built-in speaker, storage for recording and a rechargeable battery.

ALLie Go is the company’s first portable camera and like ALLie Home, the camera’s App will also instantly share UGC to Facebook and stream UGC live to both the ALLie and Oculus Rift VR headsets.  Users will also have access to the ALLie Go Channel, where they can view all the latest ALLie Go videos from around the world.  ALLie Go will have a MSRP of $599 and is expected to begin shipping mid-2016.  

The ALLie VR headset is compatible with Smartphones ranging from 3.5 to 5.7-inches in screen size (diagonal measurement), which sit snuggly behind the front cover of the headset.  The ALLie VR App and built-in optics come together to display immersive video streaming from the ALLie cameras, as well as 3D movies, gaming and personal videos (hosted on the Smartphone).  With adjustable precision optics, and leveraging the high-definition display of the Smartphone, performance is crystal clear and in stunning high-definition.  ALLie VR will have a MSRP of $59 and begins shipping January 2016.



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