Asus AirVision M1 smart glasses unveiled at CES 2024
The AirVision M1 is a pair of connected eyewear that, unlike other AR glasses, is designed to help you multitask efficiently.
The AirVision M1 is the Taiwanese company’s first attempt at making wearable smart glasses that displays content when connected to a phone or a laptop.
These smart glasses have a 1080p Micro OLED display with a 57-degree vertical perspective field of view, projecting a large screen experience similar to watching a massive 200-inch TV from three meters away.
These glasses are ideal for frequent travelers who need to work while on the go. The personal large-screen project just for you offers much-required privacy when working from a busy airport lounge or a public place.
The AirVision M1 can be hooked up to your phone or laptop using a wired connection, and the content can be piped via the DisplayPort of your device. Depending on the content, users can choose between 16:9, 21:9, or 32:9 aspect ratios to view content. The FHD resolution and 1100-nit peak brightness mean you can enjoy crisp content even in environments with plenty of natural light.
The left temple of the glasses has a touchpad that can adjust brightness or activate 3D mode. The AirVision M1 also has built-in noise-canceling microphones and speakers for immersive content consumption.
The glasses also have 3DoF positioning, allowing intuitive and fluid navigation across virtual screens.
Asus AirVision M1 – Pricing and availability
While Asus has detailed various accessories and use case scenarios for the AirVision M1, Asus has yet to reveal the pricing and availability details.
Looking at the competition, including the TCL RayNeo Air 2, Xreal Air 2 Ultra, and other AR glasses, it is safe to assume that the pricing might not exceed $400; however, let’s wait for an official announcement from the brand.
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