Razer, a provider of gaming peripherals and computers, is expanding on the products which they offer. Razer is now expanding into the wearables space by announcing Razer Anzu, a new pair of smart glasses.
But, these smart glasses may not head towards the direction of AR-based glasses. The smart glasses look more like regular glasses with added technology, like a microphone and open-ear audio, which will let users hold voice calls without headphones. These features are built into the smart glasses themselves.
The glasses will also have Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity to help with energy consumption. Also, as per Razer, using the glasses’ speakers and microphone would allow users to get up to five hours of battery life in one charge. Users can also fold the glasses when they are not using them.
In addition to these characteristics, the smart glasses will also come with lenses with 35% blue light filtering. There are also replacement polarized lenses to shield user’s eyes from 99% of UVA/UVB rays. The smart glasses also come with touch-based controls built into the glasses. Razer Anzu smart glasses are available for purchase through Razer’s website for $200.
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