Razer has announced its first pair of smart glasses from the company, called the Razer Anzu.
With the Anzu, Razer has succeeded in creating a beautifully designed pair of smart glasses that help protect the eyes from the visual strain of working from home.
The Anzu feature lenses that filter 35% of blue light and additional polarized sunglasses with 99% UVA / UVB protection.
With more and more people staying at home, filtering blue light can enhance eye care, especially when sitting in front of a computer or gaming monitor for long periods of time.
The glasses also include Bluetooth 5.1 and in-ear speakers, so the audio experience won’t be as immersive as other headphones offer. That said, Razer touts low-latency audio, which is great for gamers.
The Anzu also have a dedicated game mode and omni-directional microphones that make it easy to chat with friends during games or calls. The glasses also have touch controls on the frame for easy navigation and access to virtual assistants.
There is also an app to help control settings like EQ, latency, firmware updates, etc.
In terms of battery life, the Razer Anzu can last more than five hours of use, but can last up to two weeks in standby mode. And for those times when you have to leave the house, the Anzu have IPX4 water and dust resistance.
The Razer Anzu smart glasses are available in small or large sizes and come in two styles: rectangular or circular. The glasses cost 209.99 euros on the Razer website.