Lenovo Glasses T1 Create a Comfortable, Wearable, Private Display

On the 9-hour flight from DFW to LHR Monday, I had a young child sitting next to me on the plane. Flipping through the available movies, I realized that the few that caught my interest might be too violent and slightly inappropriate for the little guy sitting next to me, so I read instead. However, if I had had the Lenovo Glasses T1, I could have privately enjoyed any movie I wanted without worrying about whether the action or images were appropriate for my seatmate.

Lenovo Glasses T1

The Lenovo Glasses T1 is a wearable private display for on-the-go content consumption; they are compatible for use with smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

A mannequin head wearing the Lenovo Glasses T1

When worn, the Lenovo Glasses T1 offer excellent image quality and high-efficiency optics for extended battery life.

They are lightweight, so they won’t tire you as you enjoy consuming your content on a much larger display than any portable device (or seatback plane display) can provide.

Lenovo Glasses T1 plugged into a mobile device

Whether watching movies, playing games, or reading sensitive documents that you’d prefer no one be able to look over your shoulder and see, the Lenovo Glasses T1 offer full privacy.

The Lenovo Glasses T1 (known as Lenovo Yoga Glasses in China) will go on sale in China in late 2022, with availability in other markets in 2023. We don’t have price information for them yet, but we’ll update once it is available.

via Lenovo

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12 Comments on "Lenovo Glasses T1 Create a Comfortable, Wearable, Private Display"

  1. These glasses are remarkable! Will make a nice gift!

  2. This is wonderful having the large screen experience on the go!

  3. I would love to have these on long car rides or on the plane!

  4. These should be quite useful for various situations, though it might be challenging to edit sensitive documents if you’re not good at touch-typing.

    I remember reading some time ago about Playboy coming out with branded glasses for use in similar situations. Obviously, their customers would be using these to read their articles privately while they’re flying.

  5. Wonder if they will always need the cord.

  6. Cool tool in certain situations. This is one tool that would be fun to try but hard to see using on a regular basis.

  7. This really can’t be good for your eyes.

  8. I’ve never quite gotten the point of this technology. Can’t think of what I’d use them for

  9. It appears that these glasses will provide an private immersive theater experience for those on the go. I think they will be a great success if the price is manageable.

  10. jason jennings | September 24, 2022 at 8:16 pm |

    sound like a good idea

  11. Interesting concept-to-reality device! If the glasses work consistently well, they will be in high demand for so many applications.

  12. Looks like great gift I think it is worth to try it

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