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Lenovo’s new glasses give you your own private HD display

Lenovo is banking on the glasses to appeal to on-the-go consumers and remote workers

Lenovo has announced their new Lenovo Glasses T1, a pair of specs that project a large virtual screen that only the user can see. The glasses are designed to plug into a phone, tablet, or laptop via USB-C (Lightning connectivity is available via an adapter) and project the desired content from the plugged-in device.

Lenovo says that the glasses will have superb image quality, with 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. Interestingly, there is no mention of Bluetooth audio, though the glasses are said to have “high-fidelity built-in speakers.” Prescription lenses are supported via a built-in attachment frame.

The company is pitching the T1s as being ideal for content consumption for on-the-go users, and while the glasses will be able to steal some charge from the device they are plugged into, no specific battery life information is currently available. Lenovo also says the glasses are great for remote work, as they provide the user access to a private screen, even when in a public area.

“Every day, people all over the world are increasingly shifting to mobile devices for entertainment and productivity,” said Eric Yu, Senior Vice President of Commercial Product Center and SMB Segment, Intelligent Devices Group, Lenovo. “Screen real-estate can be a big bottleneck in the user experience. With a solution like the Lenovo Glasses T1, users have a portable and private big screen experience and can get more value from their phones and laptops.”

The Lenovo Glasses T1 have no price yet, and will be available in China later this year, with an international release to follow in 2023.

Source: Lenovo


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