Lenovo Glasses T1 seems to be beating Apple in the AR glasses market

During the Lenovo Tech Life | IFA event, the company introduced numerous new and emerging products to be launched in late 2022 or in 2023. One of the more intriguing pieces of technology on display was the Lenovo Glasses T1, Lenovo’s answer to Apple’s long-rumored Apple Glasses.

These glasses use AR technology to create a different screen for your eyes. The screen isn’t just another blurry and faded screen either, it has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 per eye and uses Micro OLED with a frame rate of 60 Hz. And those, like me, with poor vision will not be left in the dark, as the Glasses T1 has a lens that attaches to the inside of the glasses, which is meant to be prescription.

Once you connect the Lenovo Glasses to a PC, laptop or other device with a USB Type-C port, the screen from that screen will transition to the glasses view and become the screen. There is a built-in user interface that allows you to access various apps and programs through the glasses. The device to which the glasses are connected becomes a touchscreen that navigates through the main screen.

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You can use the buttons on the side of the glasses to toggle between the main screen that moves with your head or lock the screen in place, making you look away from the screen to something else. There are also built-in speakers with volume buttons on the glasses, which are perfect for listening to music or watching videos.

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