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Moon Specifications

Dimensions
8.5" x 8.7" x 8.8"
released date
October

3

2016
battery life

5

hours
has wifi
has bluetooth
has usb

Editorial Review

Tired of the world you're living in? Want to move to another one for a while? Royole wants to take you away -- away from that screaming baby in the next airplane seat, away from the noisy realities of family life. Slip the foldable Royole Moon noise-cancelling headset out of your briefcase, pull the visor down over your eyes and presto, you're in a private movie theater with an 800-inch screen or flying down a virtual reality roller coaster. Okay, you may still feel the teething baby barf up pablum on your collar or the dentist's drill boring into your teeth, but at least you won't have to see it or hear it. Like Dorothy and Toto, you'll be somewhere over the rainbow watching dancing munchkins while hardly aware that you're still really in Kansas. Or in a boring waiting room wondering when your tires are going to finish getting rotated.

The Moon is the next step up from the Royole-X, with an ultra high resolution AMOLED display and the ability to run Android-compatible software. You can wirelessly load content into the Moon's 32-gigabyte internal memory, so you don't need to lug around a laptop to carry your movie collection with you. You can also access content via HDMI or USB. Locking yourself off in your own personal wonderland might seem a little antisocial in some situations, but probably not in that airplane seat or the dentist's chair. And if you use it in your not-so-private living room, your kids will probably be grateful that you're too zoned out to nag them about spending too much time with the Playstation. Because it supplies 1080p images separately to each of your eyes, you can view 3D movies and games, and you'll get deep bass sound from the Moon's neodymium magnet (NdFEB) core.

The closest competition for this on the market is the Royole-X and the Vuzix iWear, which also has support for Android VR. If the virtual reality experience is all you want, there are better games for the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift, but those require an attached PC to run the software.

Royole Moon | Reviewed by Botdb | Rating: 5

Moon Reviews From Around The Web


Inclination

It creates an experience unlike anything we’ve seen before, and does an amazing job at it. The system is highly functional, easy to use, and competitive...

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