Fresh from announcing a face mask with RGB lights, the peripheral manufacturer of games Razer has announced its first pair of smart glasses with wireless sound, Razer Anzu, for a price of $ 200. Check out the gallery below for a first look.
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses
Like other blue goggles, the Razer Anzu protects the wearer from 35% of the blue light, as well as a secondary pair of 99% UVA / UVB sunglasses. On the less typical side, the Anzu glasses also have touch control and open-ear Bluetooth sound at a low 60ms latency. The touch controls let users change and pause music tracks and media, manage calls (including a directional microphone), and activate smartphone assistants. If you are uncomfortable with sound quality, EQ adjustments can be made from the relevant Android or iOS apps.
Razer says the Anzu will last five hours on a single battery charge, but when folded up and not in use, it can last up to two weeks in standby power.
The frame itself is waterproof, which means that splashes from training and moderate weather should not be a problem.
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The Razer Anzu glasses are available in rectangular or round frames, each in two sizes, and weigh a lightweight of 48 g. Unfortunately, we imagine we have no fancy RGB lighting that weighs (quite literally) on Razer designers.
You can order Razer Anzu Smart Glasses on Razer’s official website.
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Joseph Knoop is a writer / producer for IGN.