The American company Razer, which develops and creates professional gaming equipment, presented its first “smart” glasses Anzu. Reported by The Verge.
The cost of glasses, which will have a rectangular or round frame — almost $200. They are already available for orders.
The kit also includes two pairs of lenses — regular, which are protected by 35% blue light, and sun lenses, which guarantee 99% UV protection.
One 16mm driver is installed on each side, which allows users to listen to music, answer phone calls and activate the voice assistant. Anzu also supports Bluetooth 5.1. The battery itself can work up to five hours continuously and up to two weeks in standby mode.
As previously reported, the German company Ubimax, which develops technology in the field of accessories, introduced smart glasses with a camera in Japan.