Razer Moves Audio Eyeglasses arena with Anzu eyewear

The Razer Anzu comes in both square and round styles in two dimensions choices (the huge round is show here).
Audio eyeglasses are fast becoming a thing. Last year Bose followed its own first Frames using three second-generation versions, for instance, sporty Tempo Fames, and Amazon is promoting the second-generation of its Echo Frames while lots of others, such as Razer, are leaping in on the “smart” glasses activity. The Razer Anzer, that comes in both round and square models in two size choices, is available today for $200 (£200, AU$320).I have not tried them yet but their layout (at the square variant ) and specs do not seem to be so distinct from other versions I’ve attempted. The small size weighs 43 g while the big weighs 48 g (that the Echo Frames are 31 g compared ). The eyeglasses include 35% blue light filtering lenses together with a pair of polarized sunglasses lenses (you can quickly swap them ), have signature controls and incorporated 16mm speaker drivers which flame directional audio toward your receptive ears.They’re IPX4 water-resistant (meaning they are splashproof) so it is possible to use them for jogging — sound glasses work well for jogging and biking, since they leave your ears open so that you may listen to traffic. Battery lifetime is rated in up to five hours at medium volume levels and added polarized lenses can be purchased for $30.  Also worth noting: With Razer being a “gaming lifestyle” business, it is highlighting its own low-latency Bluetooth technologies — it states that the “customized Bluetooth 5.1 connection brings industry-leading 60ms latency for smooth, stutter-free sound.”Read more: Best sound glasses and shades The Razer Anzu Companion program for iOS and Android enables firmware upgrades, enables you to create EQ alterations (default, increased precision or treble boost), accessibility latency configurations and check battery status. You will make calls together and get your digital assistant with a button press.The square version.
Razer has partnered with Lensabl for prescription lenses, although more online replacement lens sites, including replacerxlenseson. com and overnightglasses.com, can fit them with RX lenses. Lensabl is offering a 15% discount to Anzu owners but you can compare its prices with other websites’ prices.Read more: Best places to buy replacement prescription lenses onlineAs I said, I don’t know how the Anzu sound, however most audio sunglasses do not sound all that good and tend to be lacking in the bass department — and all of them tend to leak sound at higher volumes. The new Bose 2.0 Frames are easily the best sounding on the market thus far, but Amazon’s Echo Frames are lighter and arguably more comfortable to wear. As soon as I get my hands on a pair, I’ll let you understand exactly how they compare to their main competitors and whether they’re worthy of making our list of best sound glasses and shades.

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