TCL introduced its smart glasses to the world in January this year with the NXTWear Air and XR Glasses Concept models. Now, as part of IFA Berlin 2022, the Asian firm has just revealed its new offering for the coming years. We are talking about the new TCL NXTWEAR S, which are the protagonists of this news..
TCL’s new smart glasses are designed to let users enjoy movies and TV shows as if they were in front of a TV. TCL aims to achieve this through integration of two screens with Micro OLED technology and Full HD resolution or 1080 x 1920 pixels It may not seem like much, but it’s not.
And, since this device is placed so close to the eyes, the truth is that this resolution is, in principle, more than enough that individual pixels are not valued when viewing any type of content. Of course, it would be nice if the glasses had QHD resolution to age better..
Apart from the screens, it also has front lenses which makes them look like regular glasses like corrective lenses placed inside.
This new model comes with homework done over the previous generation, improvement of elements such as controls built into the temples of the glasses themselves.
The controls are in a more comfortable position and, admittedly, much more natural. In addition, the tactile sensations they offer have been improved. TCL commented that in this way they intend to make it easier to set up and use the device. The volume is controlled by the left pin, and the brightness or switching from 2D to 3D mode is done with the right..
Improvements have not only been made at the accessibility level, but according to TCL comments, improvements have been made to the screens and sound offered by these new glasses. Among the improvements, it was said that the colors are now brighter and more vibrant than previous generations..
Audio improvements focus on making the speakers produce crisper, more accurate sound to make an impression when paired with Micro OLED panels. These glasses will be available from the fourth quarter of this year in selected markets selected by TCL.so we will have to wait to see if Spain is included.
If anyone has been thinking about mobility and how much autonomy they have, we have bad news. They must be connected via USB-C to the computer. Mobile Windows or Android with video output.
They actually copy the contents of the screen of this device and play the sound of this device. In addition, there are different front lenses with different styles to customize to your liking.
Availability and price
The company confirmed that they do not have a fixed price, but it will be between 300 and 400 euros, and in theory it will arrive before the end of the year.
So this could be an interesting gift for Black Friday or Christmas 2022.
Source: Computer Hoy
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