TCL and Alcatel introduced a plethora of products yesterday, including a wearable, i.e. wearable, display.
TCL has already demoed the device at the 2019 IFA, which will appear as an available product in some markets this year. The device is technically a wearable display that provides a visual experience as if watching a 100-inch TV from the right distance. The structure reminiscent of sunglasses is pretty much any it can work with smartphones, tablets and laptops as long as the other device has a piece of Type-C USB port and supports FHD content sharing.
A Project Archery 2.0 it works with two FHD resolution OLED panels behind the polarized glasses, the cursor can be controlled by moving the head in the gallery-like user interface, and to activate a function you have to stop for a few seconds, but TCL also plans to integrate voice control (Alexa, Google Assistant). The device has a built-in speaker, but you can also connect via Bluetooth or a headset with a jack. We have not received information about its price yet.
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