Lenovo Legion Glasses hands-on: A portable monitor you can wear

Lenovo Legion glasses are a light you wear, and they’re surprisingly comfortable.

Lenovo had tons of new products to show off at this year’s IFA show in Berlin. If it wasn’t for the Legion Go stealing the whole show for me, the Lenovo Legion glasses would have been my pick for favorite of the show. They’re AR glasses that plug into anything with a USB-C port, and the glasses display whatever’s being projected into the center of your vision.

These glasses put the equivalent of a 27-inch monitor in front of you, with each eye getting a 60Hz miniLED panel. Lenovo has been pushing this specifically for the Legion Go and Legion 9i devices, but you can use it with any device that can output video. There are speakers, light controls, and it’s easy to carry around too.

Lenovo Legion glasses surprised me

I’ve never been one for realism, because of how accurate it is. Anyone can shove a small display near your eyes and say it’s the same as a 27-inch monitor, but it’s more comfortable, practical, and powerful. Lenovo did very well in my (short) testing of the product. I only used it for about 15 minutes, but it was fun.

At first, I used my Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Samsung DeX with these glasses, which is more like a desktop device on these glasses instead of a phone. I was able to watch YouTube videos, surf the web, and do a lot more. I’ve been watching a lot Boys in recent months, and it is … doubtful it is sometimes, I can already imagine these glasses to be good for private viewing while on public transport.

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Yes, these glasses are not a earphone, so you can see your surroundings while using it. However, you cannot see through them, which means you won’t be traveling with them on you if you don’t want to bump into things. You’ll see parts of them to get a rough idea of ​​where you are, though.

Lenovo is doing well this time

This isn’t Lenovo’s first entry into glasses like this, but this time, the company is relying on existing APIs and apps to extend the display from the storage device to the glasses. This will work with anything, including an iPhone with an adapter.

I loved using these glasses, and I can see the use of wanting larger content, and giving me more options for watching movies and TV shows on the go. They are not his everybody to make it clear, and most people may not want anything like this, but if you find that you want a large display on your smartphone when you are out, then it may be worth carrying them or trying to go You can.

The Lenovo Legion Glass will go on sale for $329 in October.

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