Overall and FV

I really wanted to like the Gamers Edge glasses but they just weren't my style. They were a bit to heaving and the camo design was a bit much for my tastes. On the other hand, the iVisionwear optics were awesome. Other than the focus problem, these were the ones that I kept grabbing for out of the two. I would rather someone spend their hard earned cash on a better mouse, keyboard or monitor. These are the items that you use everyday. Your not always running benchmarks or playing your favorite games. If you are going to interact with you PC then you are going to need a mouse, keyboard and monitor, that might take a backseat when Kinect for Windows comes out. Until then though, if you are pleased with your current setup and want to take the plunge down the gaming glasses line. These are a good entry level starting point. They do work how they were intended to and they felt great while wearing them. In my opinion the iVisionwear glasses were the better of the two. The MSRP for both sets of glasses is $39.99.
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Wingless92 replied the topic: #21343 02 Dec 2011 22:47
A good entry level starting point for gaming glasses.
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Dreyvas replied the topic: #21346 03 Dec 2011 00:33
I was not aware these existed. Started reading the article thinking they were 3D or something. So basically they're f.lux in glasses form? stereopsis.com/flux/

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