Razer Sights Wearable Tech With The Release Of Its Anzu Smart Glasses

For years now, Razer has dominated the gaming market with its high-speed PCs, ergonomic performance chairs, and premium desktop peripherals. But that’s not to say that the multinational electronics outfit has become complacent in its success. On the contrary — as you’ll find with its latest release, Razer is just getting started.

Dubbed the ‘Anzu,’ they’re a pair of premium smart glasses designed to offer an immersive sound experience. In practice, this means that in addition to a pair of built-in open-audio speakers, they also feature a discreet omnidirectional mic, allowing the user to go hands-free when connected to their PC or mobile device. And because they offer support for 60ms low latency Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, you can even customize your EQ settings through the accompanying mobile app. Rated for more than five hours of continuous use, they come with sensors on the arms for control at the touch of a button. The Anzus are available in both round and square shapes, with blue light, tinted, and prescription lens options to cater them to your particular use. You can buy them starting at $200 via the link below.

Purchase: $200+