TCL is a brand that’s been making moves of late. Riding the momentum of their best flagship challenging smartphones and quality budget-conscious televisions, the brand has ventured into the future of tech on numerous occasions with wearable gadgets designed to enhance your everyday life. In their latest reveal at CES 2022, TCL showcased a number of new product offerings, including the NXTPAPER 10s, BOOK 14 Go, and TCL 30 series devices, however, it was a pair of sunglasses that really caught our eye.
Displays: Dual 1080p Micro OLED, 47 pixels-per-degree of resolution.
Battery Life: Battery-free plug and play.
Audio: External audio, wired or wireless.
Weight: 75 grams
Dubbed the TCL NXTWEAR AIR, these wearable display glasses build on an already cutting edge design and continue to make so much sense for commuters, gamers, business people and travellers everywhere. Offering a lightweight construction for increased comfort levels, the glasses offer the experience of a 140-inch television 4-metres away. Utilising dual 1080p Micro OLED displays, the picture quality is rich and vibrant with dark inky blacks. Playback audio with spatial effects adds to the cinema-like experience and you can connect your own wired or wireless headphones for optimal viewing on the morning train commute. Above all, we think they actually look pretty cool and they come with two magnetic faces so you can change up the style.
Weighing in at only 75 grams the wearable display offers increased levels of portability for productivity reasons. You can connect your laptop to the glasses if there’s no space for a monitor, and mobile gaming has truly never been more immersive than with the ability to connect a wireless controller.
Stay tuned as TCL brings these products to market in the months ahead. Pricing is yet to be finalised, but the first generation of the TCL NXTWEAR retailed for $899. We’ll look to grab a pair for ourselves to bring readers an in-depth review. This is certainly looking like one of our favourite products to come out of CES 2022, but for a full list check out our roundup via the links below!
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