The hi-tech eyewear fits around the user's head or behind their ear and syncs with their tablet or smartphones, displaying text messages, photographs and other notifications.
The M100 smartglasses run off the Android 4.0.1 operating system and 4GB of on-board memory, using a 720p camera, GPS and WiFi to carry out commands.
Vuzix's gadget is compatible with both iOS and Android tablets and smartphones, accessing the device's functions via a companion app.
Several other tech companies are experimenting with smartglasses technology, including Google, who showed off their Google Glass gadget at last year's I/O expo.
A prototype model of the accessory was showcased at the Las Vegas trade show, but models will be distributed to developers in the first quarter of 2013 ahead of a tentative summer release.
The M100 smartglasses will reportedly bear a price tag of around $500 (£310).