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Lenovo Glasses T1: Glasses as a multimedia solution

At this year’s IFA, the Chinese company Lenovo presented a pair of glasses that is supposed to function as a multimedia solution and, in a way, as a portable cinema. Unlike TCL’s NXTWEAR S, however, it does not fulfill classic eyeglass functions.

Micro OLED displays in front of the eyes

The Glasses T1 relies on one micro-OLED display per eye, each with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. Micro-OLED displays seem to be becoming the standard for multimedia glasses, which is probably mainly due to the fact that the manufacturing process enables very thin displays. However, the resolution offered by Lenovo is comparatively low compared to that of the already established AR glasses. TCL offers the same resolution with its glasses, which were also presented at IFA. The frame rate is – also like in the NXTWEAR S – at.

Just like the NXTWEAR S, the Glasses T1 must be connected to an output source that retrieves the displayed content. Such a connection can be made to any device running Windows, macOS, iOS or Android. Pairing is possible via HDMI, USB-C as well as via an Apple Lightning Digital AV adapter.

Once the connection is established, the glasses can be used for watching movies, gaming or mobile work. The latter use is especially emphasized in the presentation of the glasses: It allows viewing and editing sensitive documents safely on the go. It does not perform classic vision correction functions.

Instead, Lenovo relies on particularly high wearing comfort as a selling point. The temples of the glasses can be adjusted and nose pads are supplied in several sizes, so that the glasses should fit people with different ear, nose and face sizes and shapes.

Price and Availability

In China, the multimedia glasses will be launched as early as this year 2022 under the name Yoga Glasses. In this country, on the other hand, it is not expected to be available until next year. Lenovo has so far kept a low profile regarding the pricing.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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At this year’s IFA, the Chinese company Lenovo presented a pair of glasses that is supposed to function as a multimedia solution and, in a way, as a portable cinema. Unlike TCL’s NXTWEAR S, however, it does not fulfill classic eyeglass functions. Micro OLED displays in front of the eyes The Glasses T1 relies on … (Weiterlesen...)

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