ASUS Unveils AirVision M1 Wearable Display at CES
ASUS recently introduced its innovative wearable display device, dubbed the AirVision M1, at the latest Consumer Electronics Show (CES). This simplified smart glasses design allows users to connect via USB-C to a mobile phone or computer, projecting content directly in their line of sight for convenient viewing.
The AirVision M1 comes equipped with a 1080p resolution Micro OLED screen, boasting a peak brightness of 1100 nits and a color range covering 95% of the DCI-P3 spectrum. The glasses feature a 60% lens transparency and support 3DoF (three degrees of freedom) technology, enabling users to “lock” a virtual screen in a specific position.
It’s important to note that the AirVision M1 is currently only compatible with DisplayPort Alt Mode and relies on a Windows PC and certain software for some of its functionalities. ASUS has yet to announce the pricing or the release date for the product.
In the same vein, TCL’s NXTWear S and S Plus glasses are another similar product on the market, with starting prices at $399 (approximately 2861 Chinese yuan).