Global Industry Analyst report predicts a $160 billion global market for this industry by 2026.And Lenovo has launched it’s smart glasses called the T1.
- Lenovo Glasses Facts –
You will not get any VR or AR experience.
You can’t walk in them safely as they totally obstruct your vision plus the cable keeps them tethered to your source.
They are just basically designed for you to sit and escape the reality of your life.
The effect of it actually makes it like you are sitting in a theatre.
You can do confidential work, play games and watch movies with it.
The T1 use a physical wire to connect to any devices which can output video through USB-C like tablets, Macs, smartphones, PCs. But in apple products the scenario is a bit different . Thanks to the 10 year old apple’s lightning port you need to buy Lenovo’s HDMI adapter, and also Apple’s digital AV adapter, which is at a price point of 5,000 INR(62$).
The glasses come with multiple nose pads which keeps you hooked on, and also a prescription frame if you want . Lenovo also have built-in speakers, if you want the video to be ultra-private. The company is promoting a USB-C monitor which will be made for your face. Lenovo is creating a next-gen entertainment product.
They will release in China first by the name of Lenovo Yoga Glasses. But they will come in other markets in 2023. The prices have not been released.
They also work with Motorola’s secondary because of the “Ready For” interface that lets you use apps in a desktop style.
There are other options available Like TCL’S NxtWear Air which has the feature of two 1080p micro-OLED screens same as this one. Another Product is Nreal Air, but this one has a 90Hz screen refresh rate compared to the T1’s 60Hz.