Launch Of the Lenovo Glasses T1, Featuring Micro OLED Displays and Integrated Speakers!

Launch Of the Lenovo Glasses T1, Featuring Micro OLED Displays and Integrated Speakers!

On Thursday, Lenovo released its Glasses T1, a private display that can be worn at all times. The new smart glasses, a wearable display solution developed by the Hong Kong tech giant, have two Micro OLED screens, one for each eye, with a resolution of 1,080 by 1,920 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 hertz.

Built into the Lenovo Glasses T1 are speakers so that you may listen to music or podcasts while you’re on the go. The screens have a 10,000:1 contrast ratio and are blue-light friendly and flicker-free according to certification from TUV Rheinland.

The Cost and Availability of Lenovo’s T1 Glasses

In China, the Lenovo Glasses T1 (called Lenovo Yoga Glasses there) will hit store shelves sometime in the latter half of 2022. In 2023, the wearable will roll out to certain regions.

Lenovo claims that the smart glasses’ prices won’t be made public until they go on sale. Lenovo has not yet announced whether or not the Lenovo Glasses T1 will be available in India.

Detailed information on Lenovo’s T1 glasses

Launch Of the Lenovo Glasses T1, Featuring Micro OLED Displays and Integrated Speakers!

The Lenovo Glasses T1 has a pair of Micro OLED displays, one for each eye, with a resolution of 1,080 by 1,920 pixels and a refresh rate of 60 hertz. The smart glasses have nose pads, adjustable temple arms, and hinges that are built to last. Lenovo claims that their screens are TUV Rheinland certified for both low blue light and reduced flicker.

The smart glasses have high-quality speakers integrated into them  so that users may watch and listen to videos and audio recordings. The ‘Ready For’ function is also compatible with Motorola phones, which may be used with the Lenovo Glasses T1.

Lenovo’s Glasses T1 work with iOS, Android, and Windows devices. A USB Type-C cable is required to link the smart glasses to an Android phone or a Windows PC. In order to connect an iPhone, iPad, or iPod with an HDMI display, the user must have either an Apple Lightning AV adaptor or an HDMI to Glasses adapter with a lightning connector.

Lenovo said the Lenovo Glasses T1 will come with three interchangeable nose pads, a case, a prescription lens frame, a cleaning cloth, and an anti-slip adapter. Lenovo’s smart glasses can be used with one of two adapters, each of which is supplied separately.

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