While pretty much everyone would love to own a 140” 4K TV, they’re not terribly practical (or affordable). But what about a pair of lightweight glasses that can simulate such a screen? That’s a lot more palatable, and it’s exactly what TCL has introduced with their new NXTWEAR G Wearable Display Glasses.
The NXTWEAR G looks like an ordinary pair of black, wraparound sunglasses, but hiding within its lenses are dual 1080p high-definition Sony FHD Micro OLED panels. These panels are situated to offer the wearer the experience of viewing a 140” screen at a 16:9 aspect ratio, with support for 3D 4K content and stereo speakers. The glasses have a plug-and-play design, and there’s no battery to charge nor app to install. Instead, you plug the included USB-C cord into your device and you’re good to go for big-screen mobile gaming, private movie screenings, or distraction-free work. The TCL NXTWEAR G is compatible with over 100 smartphones, tablets, and laptops, and will be available in Australia for an as-yet-undisclosed price this July, with other markets to follow.
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