Offered in both a rectangular or rounded silhouette to fit various face shapes, the Anzu comes standard with lenses that provide 35 percent blue light filtering, and can be swapped out for polarized sunglass lenses with 99 percent UVA and UVB protection. For those who need prescription lenses, Razer is also offering a 15 percent discount if you order through its partner Lensable.
Of course, as a pair of smart glasses, they’re more than just for protecting your eyes from unwanted rays. It supports Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity and can double as a hands-free audio device. Whether it’s playing music, taking calls, or amplifying your mobile gaming experience, all can be accessed via the touch controls on the side of the frame. The glasses are also rated IPX4, meaning they’re splash proof in case you run into any weather, and has a battery life of five hours in normal usage, or up to two weeks on standby mode.
For those interested, Razer’s Anzu Smart Glasses are now available over on its website for $200 USD.
Elsewhere in tech, Apple is also rumored to be releasing a mixed reality headset in 2022.