The smart glasses seem to be back. At IFA in Berlin, Lenovo will demonstrate the Lenovo Glasses T1, which it claims is a virtual monitor for the eyes. The emphasis is on entertainment, watching movies and playing games.
There is one for every eye micro-oled paneel with a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Via USB-C, the glasses are compatible with most smartphones, tablets and laptops. The nose clips are replaceable and the legs are adjustable. There is also a housing for standard spectacle lenses.
Motorola customers can pair their phone to monitors, keyboards and other devices.
Selecting a video on YouTube turned out not to be that simple.
The Glasses T1 will hit the market in China at the end of 2022 as Yoga Glasses. Next year it will also be Europe’s turn. Prices are not yet known.
Source: Nieuws – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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