Lenovo launches screen glasses | Mobile

Instead of different varieties of glasses for artificial and augmented reality, Lenovo is launching the Glasses T1 glasses, which can best be described as glasses with a screen in front of each eye. Each screen is a micro-OLED screen with a contrast of 10,000:1 with Full HD resolution (1920×1080 pixels) and a refresh rate of 60hz.

The glasses are connected via usb C to the device you want to use as an image source, and a Lightning adapter is also included that makes it possible to connect, for example, an iPhone. There will also be an HDMI adapter and a Digital AV adapter as extra accessories. The glasses also have speakers that are directed into the ears, which makes the sound reasonably private.

The first thought that many probably have is to use the glasses to watch movies, but according to Lenovo there is also a more serious area of ​​use. The glasses are also intended to be used in situations where information must not be peeked at or displayed, where the glasses must be able to be used as a computer monitor that only the user himself can see without showing anything to those around him.

Lenovo Glasses T1 will be released in China later this year and in select markets around the world in the next year, but it is not said which markets it might be. There is also no official price for the glasses, but there are rumors of a price tag in the region of SEK 5,000.

Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.

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