Razer Anzu Smart Glasses now official

Razer Anzu Smart Glasses now official




Razer has announced its first eyewear product that protects the user’s eyes from blue light, UVA, and UVB, as well as offers smart features, the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses.

The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses combines the protection of 35% blue light filtering lenses, 99% UVA/UVB protective polarized sunglasses, touch controls, and open-ear audio in a single wearable.

It offers open-ear wireless sound using a customized low-latency Bluetooth 5.1 technology with 60ms latency, built-in omnidirectional mic, and speakers, and touch controls for music playback, answer or reject calls, as well as for activating the smartphone’s virtual assistant.

It also connects to a smartphone via an app available for Android and iOS, allowing users to access EQ settings, latency settings, battery status, and firmware updates.


 

When used in front of the computer, it protects the user’s eyes from screen glare with the pre-installed 35% blue light filtering lenses, which reduces digital eye strain. For outdoor activities, replacement polarized lenses are included in the retail bundle to shield eyes from 99% of UVA/UVB rays.

Razer is also partnering with Lensabi who is extending 15% off prescription lenses for corrective eyewear customers who purchase Razer Anzu.

The Razer Anzu aims to be comfortable, weighing 48g. It also comes in rectangular or round frame designs, each in two sizes with subtle branding on frame hinges. Users also don’t have to worry about it getting wet thanks to its IPX4 design.

As for the battery, it offers more than 5 hours of battery life on a single charge.

The Razer Aznu is priced at USD 199.99, while the replacement sunglass lenses are at USD 29.99. The packaging includes the Anzu Smart Glasses with 35% blue light filtering lenses pre-installed, 99% UVA/UVB protective polarized sunglass replacement lenses, USB-A charging cable, cleaning cloth, and a carrying case to store the frames and additional lenses.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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