Razer Anzu, new smart glasses with integrated speakers

Razer Anzu is the new smart glasses that the popular green company specializing in peripherals has announced.

Razer Anzu, new smart glasses with integrated speakers

The Razer Anzu smart glasses stand out for incorporating speakers directly into the temples of the glasses. The speakers have 16mm drivers, which should deliver pretty decent audio quality within the segment.

The glasses, which have an autonomy of 5 and a half hours, have a Bluetooth 5.1 wireless connection with a latency of 60 ms. This should be sufficient to receive very good quality audio and a seamless signal to and from the smart glasses. The two speakers use an independent connection from each other, which would allow for higher audio quality.

If we talk about the lenses, these come with 99% protection from UV rays and up to 35% from blocking the blue light. Razer offers different lenses for every occasion (normal and clear). They are also available with a rectangular or round frame and two different sizes, small or large. The green company has thought of all kinds of tastes and needs with its Razer Anzu glasses.

Razer has added a number of gesture controls that can be done on both pins, allowing you to change songs, answer incoming calls, or activate a voice assistant, making them extremely useful with the built-in Omni-directional microphone.

Razer Anzu is completely waterproof with the IPX4 standard, so they are perfect to take them to the beach or a pool, for example.

The glasses are costing about 209.99 euros with all the aforementioned variants. In Europe, it is available from the Razer.com store.

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