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The Glasstron by Sony, mounted on a clear head.
The Glasstron was released to the U.S. market in 1997.
- PLM-A35: The most basic model with opaque lenses and no SVGA input.
- PLM-A55: This model had a mechanical shutter to allow the display to become see through, without SVGA.
- PLM-100: This model had a mechanical shutter to allow the display to become see through, with SVGA, somewhat unstable.
- PLM-S700: The S700 allowed for see through mode using LCD shutters and had support for SVGA output.
- PLM-S700E was the final model and used some of the world's most advanced components at the time. Its LCD had over 1.5 million pixels on a component the size of a ten-cent coin at SVGA (800×600) display resolution.
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