With the Air 2, Xreal has introduced augmented reality glasses that weigh just 72 grams. Due to their light weight, the glasses are said to be significantly more comfortable to wear than some of their competitors. It can be connected to all devices that support video output via USB-C. These include laptops, some smartphones and steam decks.
The Xreal Air 2 will likely be one of the lightest AR glasses on the market. Despite everything, the manufacturer manages to have two here 0.55 inch micro OLED display from Sony, which achieves a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. There is also a maximum brightness of 500 nits and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. The displays enable the display of a virtual screen up to 330 inches in size. Users can choose whether the virtual display stays fixed in the room or adapts to head movement. Alternatively, with options “side view” A small window may appear that only covers a small part of the environment.
Allows use with Xreal Beam consoles
Video glasses can be used with all devices that can output video signals via USB-C. Of course, this includes notebooks, smartphones or mobile Windows consoles such as the Steam Deck. It can also be used with game consoles such as Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X. However, this requires the additional Xreal Beam module.
Electrochromic glass is reserved for the Pro version
The extended one Pro version is characterized by a special feature: Electrochrome glass. This can be used to control how much ambient light is allowed through. You can decide whether the ambient light is completely blocked, a third of it, or not at all. Give the combined words in parentheses Stereo speakers.
Standard version Xreal Air 2 is available in the manufacturer’s online shop at the price 459 euros The available Pro model cost 515 eurosAnd goes for the Xreal Beam module 135 euros Over-the-counter delivery times vary depending on the model, from early November to mid-December.formula
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