By Aashish Verma
Lenovo's new Glasses T1 were unveiled today at IFA and on Lenovo's virtual presentation. They place a Full HD OLED screen in front of your eyes.
The micro-OLED lenses deliver a "super-high contrast ratio of 10,000:1", producing an extremely sharp and clear image on the Windows desktop.
It seems exceptionally familiar because the resolution is 1920x1080 per eye with a 60Hz frequency.
You may modify the image more precisely by using controls on the sides of the glasses to reorient it to your line of sight.
Additionally, the glasses have speakers built in, eliminating the need for headphones, which would make the arrangement more cumbersome.
The company appears to want to offer these for around $800 (or less), making them far more affordable.
The Glasses T1 won't be available in China until late 2022 and in a few other markets until 2023, so we'll have to wait a while.