Razer is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-end gaming hardware, software, and systems. Our motto is “For Gamers” and we live up to it. Gamers are in charge. In the United States, the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses were issued and launched. They’re open-ear audio glasses with blue light filtering to minimize eyestrain from monitors and other displays, according to Razer. However, based on the style, it appears that the glasses have small speakers built into the temples that provide directional sound to the wearer’s ears.
The Anzu Smart Glasses are available in two different designs: round and rectangular, as well as two different sizes. They are available in a single color and feature touch controls on the temples. The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are a little thicker than your regular pair of glasses, but not by much. The smart glasses are also thin, with the small rectangular model being the lightest of the three options.
Specifications and features of the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses
In the temples of the Razer Anzu, Smart Glasses are built-in speakers with 16mm drivers. They have advanced eye safety, and Razer claims they can screen out 35% of blue light. The smart glasses also come with polarised replacement lenses that provide 99 percent UVA and UVB safety.
The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses boast a 60ms low latency audio link via Bluetooth. Change tracks, play or pause media, handle calls, and allow voice assistant with touch controls on the temples. The glasses are said to have five-hour battery life on a single charge and switch off automatically when folded. The IPX4 water-resistance of the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses protects them from splashes and sweat.
On the inner side of the temples, there are status indicators and omnidirectional microphones. The small/ medium rectangular glasses have a lens width of 51.8mm, bridge width of 18.5mm, a temple length of 140mm, and a lens height of 38mm in terms of dimensions. The small rectangular glasses weigh 43 grams, while the big rectangle glasses weigh 46 grams. Small/ medium and large sizes of the round Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are available, with the small/ medium measuring 49.2mm lens width, 21.5mm bridge width, and 46mm lens height. In a round, the small size weighs 44 grams, while the large size weighs 48 grams.
The Razer Anzu Smart Glasses compete with the likes of Bose Frames audio smart glasses that were launched in India in October 2020.
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses Pricing
Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are priced at $199.99 (roughly Rs. 14,600 in India) and are available in the US via Razer’s website. They are currently out of stock and Razer has not shared any information on the pair’s international availability yet. They come in round and rectangle shapes as well as small/ medium and large sizes.