NexOptic Featured on CNET at CES 2019

*Nexoptic is a publicly traded company under the symbol NXO in Canada and NXOPF in the U.S. Disclosure: we own shares of NXO.

A strong showing at CES 2019, NexOptic (TSX-V: NXO) (OTCQB: NXOPF) receives coverage from one of the top tech publications.

Here’s coverage from CNET’s Katie Collins:

Via CNET:

Fix your peepers on this, twitchers.

You might think you know what a pair of binoculars looks like — how they work has pretty much stayed the same since the 17th century, after all. But avert your gaze to this 21st century take on magnifying eye equipment to see what’s possible when you bring digital technology into the picture.

Here’s a video from CNET: https://www.cnet.com/videos/ces-2019-the-nexoptic-doubletake-are-binoculars-reimagined-for-the-digital-age/

Built by optics specialist NexOptic and announced on Sunday at CES in Las Vegas, the DoubleTake binoculars allow you to view points on the horizon at 2x and 10x zoom on a display akin to one you’re used to looking at on your phone. Instead of raising binoculars to your eyes, obscuring your wider field of vision, the bright, 5-inch screen allows you to observe the view in context, and even lets more than one person examine it at once. 

When I got my hands on the device on the show floor, I found it was easy to move between the different levels of zoom using the two buttons on the top of the binoculars. Rather than a live view, I was shown a view of a landscape with an impressive level of detail. But I’d be curious to see…

To continue reading, please visit: https://www.cnet.com/news/doubletake-digital-binoculars-offer-a-whole-new-view/

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