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If you think this sounds really cool, then you're right, but unfortunately, the HMZ-1 and HMZ-1Z1 are not for consumers. However, 10,000 of these RealWear wearables powered by Qualcomm will be provided by UROS to industrial workers for a project in Kazakhstan. The project is set to begin later this year, and will build out a wireless e-roaming "smart connectivity" network.
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