TCL has launched new glasses, TCL Nxtwear S, based on new technology Nxtwear Air that was announced at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The new wearable offers a visual experience that erases normal display making viewing content more private and ensures they are top quality.
According to TCL, the glasses are intelligent and offer a similar visual experience to what you get from looking at one TV from 140 ″ about 4 meters away.
The glasses comprise a micro OLED display that gives a viewer a FullHD experience with 2D content, as well as other features including compatibility with Windows, Android, and iOS when used with adapters in devices that employ a magnetic pogo-pin connector.
The Nxtwear S has a dial that can change viewing modes between 2D and 3D and volume control that adjusts the audio to optimize the high and low frequencies and produce a crisp sound in the speaker array positioned close to the ear, providing a much more immersive experience.
The smart glasses are available on Kickstarter and retail at $449. The crowdfunding campaign will last until early November, while shipments are expected to start in December.