Microsoft Teams support comes to Vuzix’s M400 and M4000 smart glasses

Reading time icon 2 min. read

Readers help support Windows Report. We may get a commission if you buy through our links. Tooltip Icon

Read our disclosure page to find out how can you help Windows Report sustain the editorial team Read more

Vuzix announced today that their M400 and M4000 smart glasses have now added support for Microsoft Teams video conferencing.

“Microsoft Teams is a widely used video conferencing applications with approximately 115 million average daily users as of October 2020 and a user base that spans a wide array of enterprise market verticals,” Vuzix’s president and chief executive officer said in a statement. “Offering hands-free Microsoft Teams interoperability with our M400 and M4000 Smart Glasses, this implementation will enable Vuzix to address a new and significant segment of enterprise customers that wish to use Microsoft Teams as their platform.”

Vuzix is a company that’s heavily invested in both augmented reality technology and smart glasses hardware. Their M400 and M4000 smart glasses are part of the Longevity Series of products targeted at companies for long-term usage. While impressive, they’re definitely not intended for the casual consumer with the M400 costing $ 1,799.99 and the M4000 going for $2,499.99.

A special webinar focusing on Microsoft Teams integration with Vuzix smart glasses is set for 2:00 PM (ET) tomorrow, March 4th. Those interested can register here.

Do you see a future for smart glasses? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below and then follow us on Twitter for more tech news.