Lenovo introduces non AR Legion glasses for gaming on a giant

Lenovo introduces non-AR Legion glasses for gaming on a giant virtual screen

At IFA 2023 in Berlin this week, Lenovo introduced a number of new products, including the powerful Legion 9i laptop, the ThinkVision 27 3D 3D monitor and the Legion Go handheld games console. At the same time, the manufacturer announced Legion Glasses, which should give gamers the opportunity to play in places where there is no display. The manufacturer calls themadvanced wearable virtual monitor“.

    Image source: Lenovo

Image source: Lenovo

The Legion glasses are equipped with a pair of Micro-OLED displays, each producing an image with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. This allows users to play on a large virtual screen with Full HD resolution. The displays offer a 38° field of view with a density of 58 pixels per degree and an unspecified maximum brightness. However, the frequency of the screens is only 60 Hz.

Speakers are also housed in the temple area, so users don’t have to fiddle around with headphones or speakers.

The novelty is positioned by the manufacturer as an accessory for the Legion Go portable console, but in fact the Lenovo glasses can be used with a wide range of devices based on Windows, Android and macOS. A USB Type-C interface is available for connection. The Legion goggle weighs 142 grams and comes with two different sized nose bridges so you can choose the goggles that suit you best. The glasses will go on sale in October this year for 499 euros.

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