Upstream of MWC 2021 (Mobile World Congress), TCL presented its connected glasses Nxtwear G. They allow you to duplicate the screen of your smartphone or PC on a giant virtual 140-inch screen and connect with a USB-C cable.
MWC 2021 does not start until June 28, but several brands have already started their announcements. Among these is TCL, which unveiled a pair of. Far from or increased, are a portable display that can duplicate the sound screen on a giant virtual screen.
These connected glasses have two Micro screensfrom Sony with a Full HD definition (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) at 60 and a 47 degree field of view. This allows them to simulate a 140-inch screen placed four meters away. The Nxtwear G are equipped with , such as an accelerometer, a gyroscope, a compass and a , which will allow, among other things, to watch videos in 360 degrees by moving your head. It will also be possible to view stereoscopic 3D content.
The video presentation of the new connected glasses TCL Nxtwear G. © TCL
Glasses that plug in with a simple USB cable
Two stereo speakers are placed in the branches, but it is also possible to use headphones plugged directly into the source device, such aspaired with their mobile. The glasses connect to a smartphone, a or a computer using a cable , and are compatible with more than a hundred devices. The USB-C cable also serves as a power supply, since the glasses do not have a battery. Pay attention therefore to the impact on of smartphone …
Compared to a, these glasses are much lighter and weigh only 130 grams, USB cable included. The more limited field of view is presented as an advantage, since it is possible to see the real world all around the virtual screen. The Nxtwear G will be launched in Australia in July, then in other countries in the months that follow. TCL did not give a price, but many sources mention a price of 599 euros.