Razer has announced its first smart glasses – the device is called Anzu and is already available to order in the United States. The gadget received lenses that provide eye protection from ultraviolet radiation – the declared filtration level is 99%. Also, glasses are able to protect the eyes from harmful blue light – filtration at the level of 35%. Anzu functions as open-type headphones. There are 16mm speakers, as well as built-in omnidirectional microphones that allow you to make phone calls.
For communication, support for Bluetooth 5.1 is provided, and the declared delay in signal transmission is 60 ms. There is also IPX4 certification for moisture and sweat resistance. Control is carried out using touch pads, which are located on the arms – for example, you can switch tracks, accept or reject voice calls, and so on. Anzu is automatically disconnected if you put them in the folded state, and then they themselves are connected to the last device. The battery life on a single charge is more than five hours. The included leatherette case has a magnetic catch and space to store your charging cable or extra lenses. The novelty is offered in two versions: with lenses of different shapes and in two sizes. Weight, depending on the modification, ranges from 43 to 48 g. The cost of glasses is $ 200.