TCL, the brand behind Alcatel, has confirmed that its smartglasses will go on sale in July. Moreover, these smartglasses come with the TCL NXTWEAR G moniker and will go on sale in Australia. Furthermore, after Australia, the smartglasses will go on sale in other countries as well.
The smartglasses come with very surprising features. For starters, the smartglasses offer a whopping 140-inch display in a compact set of glasses. In other words, users will get the experience of viewing anything on a 140-inch display with this device.
The TCL NXTWEAR G smartglasses price in Australia is set at AUD $899. This converts to roughly Rs. 50,500 in India. This smart display or smart glasses, as one might call it, were launched earlier this year itself. The device was launched at a virtual CES event this year.
According to the company, the glasses do not fall in the VR or AR device categories. Moreover, the wearable display mostly primarily functions as an external display. Additionally, this external display can be connected to a laptop, desktop or mobile to enhance the viewing experience of users.
TCL NXTWEAR G: What Else?
The TCL NXTWEAR G smart glasses come with dual 1080p Micro OLED displays. This basically means there is a Micro OLED panel for each eye. One might ask how the device is powered. Well, the device is completely powered by your smartphone, laptop or other device. The devices can connect to the wearable display with a USB Type-C port.
Besides, this means that the device does not need power to charge. Therefore, users can use it for as long as their devices are charged and well-connected. The virtual screen that the glass emulates is that of a 140-inch display. Moreover, it features a USB Type-C DisplayPort feature for connectivity.
Furthermore, the TCL NXTWEAR G connects directly to your device via the USB Type-C port. The wearable display then projects content on a 16:9 virtual screen. The overall weight of the device is 130g, so it will not be that heavy or uncomfortable to wear. The smartglasses also come with in-built stereo speakers that are located in the frames. However, TCL recommends that people use it with wireless earbuds or a headset.
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