Lenovo is the latest company to promote a USB-C monitor made for your face. The company’s new specs T1 Put a Full HD OLED Screen Before Your Eyes and appeared today during IFA and Lenovo’s Virtual Showcase,
This wearable personal display, as Lenovo says, is like other consumer smart glasses, Including TCL’s NxtWear Air, which puts two 1080p micro-OLED screens in front of your eyes, just like Lenovo’s T1. There is another similar product coconut airHowever, it has a 90Hz screen refresh rate compared to the T1’s 60Hz.
You’re not getting any VR or AR experience with these types of glasses, and you can’t walk safely wearing them because your vision will be completely obscured, and the cable keeps them connected to your source. Instead, it’s designed for you to remain on as if you were watching a real TV or monitor, but the effect makes it feel like a giant theater screen. You can watch movies, play games, and do your confidential digital paperwork without looking like Marvel’s Daredevil without his hyper-awareness.
Citing a report by global industry analysts, Lenovo is betting that mobile gamers will also want these glasses. $160 billion global market for that industry by 2026. Likewise, it’s anticipating the eclipse video streaming market, which means more people want to watch the show inside their own T1 bubble.
The Glasses T1 uses a physical wire to connect devices such as PCs, tablets, smartphones, Macs and other devices that can output video via USB-C. If you want to use the glasses with iOS devices like your iPhone, you’ll need to buy Lenovo’s HDMI adapter, as well as Apple’s Digital AV adapter—all because Apple Still hasn’t outgrown its 10 year old Lightning port, The T1 specs also work with Motorola’s secondary “ready for” interface that lets you use apps in desktop style.
Additionally, the glasses come with several nose pads that will be helpful for extended use and a prescription frame if you need it. T1 glasses are battery powered but can draw power from capable devices. They also have built-in speakers if you just want to make the video ultra-private.
Like many other display glasses, the Lenovo Glasses T1 will be released first for the Chinese market. They are called Lenovo Yoga Glasses in China and will arrive by the end of the year. The company plans to release them in “select markets” later in 2023. No pricing has been released.
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