Epson is building a Google Glass competitor called the Moverio BT-200 and it will be demoed at CES. The Moverio BT-200 will cost $700 and supports Android 4.0, Bluetooth 3.0, head-motion tracking, and Dolby Digital Plus audio. The BT-200 has a front-facing camera for image and video capture. If you are in video mode, an LED light will appear on the lower left corner of your smartglasses. There are a pair of tiny transparent displays built into the glasses so that you can view movies, play games, and perform tasks while walking. There is also wireless mirroring.