TCL NXTWEAR G features
The glasses feature a couple of Micro OLED screens. They serve as an external display for the device they are connected to and offer a virtual screen real-estate of 140-inch. They offer an aspect ratio of 16:9, a refresh rate of 60Hz, and weigh 100g. The display can be curved and resized for an immersive visual experience.
The frame of the spectacles house stereo speakers. They come with a carrying case, a cleaning cloth, a lens frame, a USB-C cable, and three nose pads.
They are pretty lightweight since they rely on the device they are connected to for most of the processing power. The said connection takes place via a USB-C DisplayPort.
The wearable casts the display of the connected device and shows it on a virtual screen via augmented reality. It can be used to play games or watch videos. It can also be used to read documents, emails, and presentations on the go. While travelling, with limited cabin space, the wearer can view stuff on a big AR virtual display instead of peering in on the tiny screen of the handheld device, all this without disturbing others or compromising on their privacy.
Quoting Aaron Zhang, CEO at TCL Communication,
“With TCL’s expertise in Display Greatness, now is the perfect time to challenge the established, disconnected, single-screen scenario across price points. In the premium space, NXTWEAR G Smart Glasses become an extension of your smart device and transport you to a private viewing party wherever you are.”
Pricing and availability
Australia is getting the TCL NXTWEAR G glasses next month. Availability for the rest of the world is not known yet. If and when will they come to India is also unclear at the moment.
The price details have also not been shared by the brand yet.