The voice-controlled augmented reality device developer has captured $80m in a Teradyne-led series B round, which included Bose Ventures, Qualcomm Ventures and Kopin.

Automation equipment supplier Teradyne led an $80m series B round for US-based wearable tablet producer RealWear on Monday that consisted of a mixture of debt and equity financing. The round included computing technology provider Kopin as well as Bose Ventures and Qualcomm Ventures, respective subsidiaries of audio equipment manufacturer Bose and mobile chipmaker Qualcomm. Investment…

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