Lenovo Glasses T1 AR glasses introduced. They can be connected to a smartphone


The Chinese company Lenovo introduced its glasses with augmented reality Glasses T1. This was written in Gizmochina.

According to the source, Lenovo glasses received two micro-LED displays with FullHD resolution (1920×1080) – one for each eye. In addition, the device has built-in speakers. Lenovo claims that the glasses can be customized for use with lenses.

Lenovo Glasses T1 cannot be called a full-fledged AR device, since they do not have an integrated processor or sensors – in fact, they are just two external displays for a smartphone or computer.

Everything that happens on the screens of the glasses is controlled by the “head” device to which they are connected. However, glasses may well complement reality with various data from a smartphone, such as a map for navigation, weather, display notifications on them, and so on. And the glasses can also show you content on the go: if suddenly you don’t have enough watching YouTube at home, then it’s quite possible to do it while walking down the street.

The device has a significant disadvantage: they do not have a wireless connection. The glasses are connected to the device using a cable that comes out of the left arm. This means that they do not have a built-in battery. On the other hand, a wired connection offers versatility – Lenovo assures that the glasses are compatible with any device that supports image output via USB-C.

Lenovo glasses are compatible with Windows, macOS and Android. The price has not yet been revealed, but the company says the Glasses T1 will go on sale in China before the end of 2022 under the name Lenovo Yoga Glasses, and will be available in other countries next year.


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