Lenovo launches Glasses T1, the ideal VR glasses to replace your TV or monitor

Lenovo Glasses T1

Lenovo has brought a lot of new features to IFA 2022, but the debut of the Glasses T1 stands out. A Chinese company’s new spectacles are advertised as a private screen for watching movies and TV, playing games, or working.

One of Lenovo’s best things at IFA 2022 is the Glasses T1. The new glasses from the Chinese company explore the idea of virtual reality, but they aren’t like regular VR headsets.

Glasses T1 is easy to use and carry, and is mostly about consuming content. Asians don’t want to be left out in a time when more and more companies are looking into the smart glasses market. What they propose isn’t the most grandiose in the field, but it looks like they are ready to carry out what they propose.

Lenovo says that the Glasses T1 is “a private, modular display” that works with most things that have a USB-C port. Once connected to a Windows PC or Android phone or tablet, the glasses are ready to use. If you have an iPhone, you’ll need a Lightning adaptor.

Lenovo Glasses T1 specifications

Lenovo Glasses T1 are meant to view movies, play games, and work privately. This is odd. They’re not smart glasses like Meta and Ray- Ban’s, nor a VR headgear like the PlayStation VR2. Even if they’re similar, the maker says they’re not the same.I n fact, the press materials for this product say, “Unlike traditional VR, this headset keeps you completely connected to the outside world.”

Key Specs

Lenovo Glasses T1
DisplayMicro OLED
Resolution1920 X 1080 per eye
Framerate60Hz
AudioHigh-fidelity built-in speakers
CertificationsTUV Low Blue Light
TUV Flicker Reduced
Device CompatibilityAndroid (Requires Full-functional USB-C only)6
Windows
iOS with Lightning connector (Requires HDMI to Glasses Adapter; Apple Lightning Digital AV Adapter)7,8
Key Specs Lenovo Glasses T1

Aside from that, it’s interesting to talk about some of this team’s most interesting technical traits. The Micro OLED screens in the Lenovo Glasses T1 give each eye a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 frames per second. It has high-quality speakers built in, and you can control the volume with buttons under the right temple.

Another interesting thing about the glasses is that they have two TÜV certifications: Low Blue Light, which means they filter out blue light, and Flicker Reduced, which means they cut down on flickering. In this way, it tries to protect the user’s eyesight so that long-term use doesn’t hurt it.

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Lenovo also likes to talk about how it has heavy-duty hinges and a frame for people who need to wear prescription glasses. The product also comes with a case, a cleaning cloth, and three nose pads that can be adjusted.

Lenovo hasn’t said anything else about when the Glasses T1 will be available. So far, all the company has said is that it may be different in different markets or regions.

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