Razer has launched its first eyewear product. Named Razer Anzu, these smart glasses feature blue light filtering, polarized lenses, intuitive touch controls, and open-ear wireless audio, resulting in a unique wearable.
Available with two types of frames – rectangular and round – the Razer Anzu smart glasses were designed to avoid eye fatigue and strain. The glasses come with 35% blue light filtering lenses and 99% UVA/UVB polarized sunglasses.
The Razer Anzu smart glasses use Bluetooth 5.1 for low-latency connectivity (about 60ms), an open-ear audio design, and an omnidirectional microphone, providing convenient wireless and hands-free communication without stuttering.
With up to 5 hours of battery life in a single charge, the Razer Anzu has enough power to handle long work and gaming sessions. When folded, it conserves the battery by turning its functions off, lasting up to 2-weeks in standby mode. The Razer Anzu smart glasses are rated as IPX4, meaning they are resistant to splashes, allowing users to use them during their workouts.
The touch controls of the Razer Anzu allow users to change, pause, and play media, pick up calls, and activate the voice assistant. To adjust the equalizer and latency settings, and check battery status and firmware version, users should download the iOS or Android app.
The Razer Anzu smart glasses are available now for $199.99. Replacement sunglasses are priced at $29.99. Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.
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