Lenovo Glasses T1: Smart Glasses for Work & Play

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Lenovo has just introduced its newest wearable, smart glasses called Lenovo Glasses T1. This device allows users to see the screen display from a laptop or smartphone privately right in front of the user’s eyes.

Eric Yu, Senior Vice President of Commercial Product Center and SMB Segment Intelligent Devices Group Lenovo said, “These smart glasses can be used for work, playing games, and streaming. Given that every day, more and more people in the world use their smartphones for activities to access entertainment and productivity. Yu also said “With solutions like Lenovo Glasses T1, users can have a large and private portable screen experience. It can increase the use value of smartphones and laptops.”

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Lenovo claims these glasses offer excellent image quality and high-efficiency optics. Plus long battery life. In addition, these glasses are compatible with many smartphones, tablets, and laptops with full USB-C functionality.

According to Yu, along with the development of smartphones and laptops, various benefits can be obtained from having a personal monitor. These glasses feature a micro-OLED display technology that delivers rich colors and a 10,000:1 contrast ratio.

With high optical efficiency and low overall power consumption, these glasses can stream videos and play games. So users can explore and enjoy content beyond the screen of a limited mobile device.

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Lenovo Glasses T1 Specifications

These glasses are equipped with replaceable nose clips or adjustable eyeglass stems. Can use prescription lenses through eyeglass frames mounted in the box. The device has a resolution of 1020 x 1090 for each eye with a frame rate of 60Hz. Not only that, this device has received TUV Low Blue Light and TUV Flicker Reduced certifications. As for sound, there are high-fidelity speakers built-in.

On the other hand, Lenovo says these glasses can also be used to perform hybrid work activities. Lenovo thinks these glasses can help with privacy concerns when working with personal business documents.

“With solutions like the Lenovo Glasses T1, users can have a large and private portable screen experience. It can increase the use value of smartphones and laptops,” Yu claims. These glasses will go on sale in China at the end of 2022 and will be available elsewhere in 2023. Lenovo Glasses T1 pricing will be announced soon based on availability.

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