MWC 2021 | TCL launches its first-gen USB type-C smart glasses
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TCL teased its inaugural "wearable display glasses" at CES 2021, and has now launched them at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) of the same year. The OEM touts the NXTWEAR G as a better kind of secondary display, although it still needs a USB type C-connected input from a phone, laptop or convertible.
The NXTWEAR G's lenses are made of dual FHD Sony Micro OLED panels which, according to the OEM, simulates a 140-inch 16:9 display that supports up to 3D 4K content when in use. Their form-factor also integrates stereo speakers and a plug-and-play interface.
Otherwise, the TCL NXTWEAR G have glossy black ear- and nose-pieces, and come with adjustable nose-pads. The OEM has yet to announce pricing for its new kind of wearable, although it has announced the new smart glasses will be released to the Australian market before becoming available in other regions later in 2021.