However, what is missing is the large screen experience; with the T1 Glasses, Lenovo wants to deliver just that.
Lenovo’s T1 Glasses
The past year may have been about the metaverse and virtual reality, but Lenovo’s strategy seems to be grounded in what the users need today. With most users dumping their large-screen desktops in favor of light-yet-powerful smartphones, Lenovo wants to pack the large-screen experience in a lightweight package too.
The T1 Glasses can fit in your pocket. Still, when you put them on, they will deliver superb image quality with a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Lenovo is using microLED screens to provide a resolution of 1920 X 1080 in each eye, or put a full HD display.
The company isn’t even trying to make these compatible with virtual or augmented reality in any way. Instead, the display will completely obscure your vision to give you a wholly immersive experience, something that you would expect in a movie theatre.
The T1 Glasses work with any device that uses the full functions of USB-C. So, whether it is a smartphone, tablet, or even a desktop, if you want to take your viewing experience private, just connect the T1 Glasses.
Not just for fun
Lenovo has also paid attention to changes in work routines. With many people working from outside the office, Lenovo’s glasses can also serve as a private workspace when working from a public cafe during a “workation”. So, if you need to quickly access a confidential document, you can put your T1s on and scroll away without fear of snooping.