Specifications

  • Color: black
  • Dimensions: 187.35 x 159.3 x 42.8 mm (unfolded) and 181 x 53 x 46 mm (folded)
  • Weight: 100g (without cable), 130g (with cable)
  • Display:
  • Type: microOLED
  • Resolution: two at 1080p
  • Proportions: 16:9
  • Viewing angle: 47 degrees
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Apparent size: 140 inches at 4 meters
  • Modes: [email protected], [email protected]

Design

The outer side of the glasses is completely glossy, made of dense polycarbonate. An imitation of glass was made on the front, but this is exactly what a visual deception is - the plastic is opaque. The temples are as thick as a finger at the thickest part, but thin out towards the ends, although they remain thicker than regular glasses. The inner side of the temples is made of soft-touch plastic, the same is used on the inner side of the frame.

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It's not that the glasses get dirty in some unusual way, but in general, fingerprints will remain on both glossy and soft-touch surfaces. So the napkin included in the kit will come in handy.

In general, the design looks solid, there are no questions about the quality of workmanship.

A little about usage

The fact that you will not see anything in the surrounding world through them is not quite the right definition. The fact is that, unlike the usual landing, when the glasses are pressed against the forehead and cheekbones, here the landing is completely different. If above the eyes the frame really habitually adheres to the forehead, then in the lower part the design moves away a few centimeters from the face, so that you have a rather large view down. I won’t say that it’s so convenient to walk down the street, but it’s possible not to bump into pieces of furniture in the house.

You can clearly see how far the NXTWEAR G goggles are from faces, so looking at your feet or working with your hands is no problem.

Where will this personal screen take a picture to show you? From any device that has a USB-C connector that supports the Display Port function. It can be a smartphone, tablet or computer, it is only important that the function of displaying the image on the screen via USB is supported. No wireless connections are provided here.

Moreover, TCL engineers did not even provide for the ability to connect and disconnect the cable itself - it is firmly integrated into the right ear. The connection looks quite reliable, but, of course, I would like to see a detachable design - this is easier to store and put on your head.

With the latter, by the way, not everyone manages to cope with the first time. The fact is that the cable exit is made so as to be behind the ear. But the temples of the glasses themselves are not adjustable, so depending on the individual, the junction of the cable with the temple turns out to be in different places, which is why the cable may not go there.

In general, the ergonomics of the device causes mixed impressions. The glasses are very massive, but light: weight with cable - 130 grams, without it - about 100 grams. The latter, of course, does not matter much, since even if the cable is detachable, https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl use The glasses wouldn't work without him. As mentioned, there are no wireless modules and no battery, the USB connection is the source of both power and information.

In terms of landing, TCL NXTWEAR G most of all resembles not even virtual reality glasses, but ballistic glasses. The arms do not spread over a long distance, but with some effort they pass from the face to the back of the head, at some point pretty squeezing the head. But when you have already put on glasses, there is no feeling of heaviness (which is normal for a gadget weighing just over 100 grams) and squeezing of the temples. The cable doesn't get in the way either. The kit comes with three nose pads that will allow you to choose the most comfortable fit.

It's much more questionable that you can see both the real world and the screen at the same time. So in order to look at what is happening on the screen, you will need to focus. This takes some getting used to, especially since the control is carried out from an external device, which, due to the limited cable length (no more than 1.5 meters at a glance), will always be literally at hand. The controls themselves are clear and simple.

Control, video and audio

If you control the gadget from a smartphone, then its screen will turn into a touchpad, the cursor of which you will observe on the NXTWEAR G screen. If you control it from a computer, then its touchpad or mouse will take effect. In any case, it is important to focus on looking at exactly one thing.

The manufacturer claims that the field of view corresponds to a 140-inch (3.5-meter) screen from a distance of 4 meters. Of course, it's hard to check, so I'll just note that you will have a noticeable black area around the actual useful image.

The device supports both 2D and 3D image playback. Switching occurs on the source device and requires a special application from TCL. The maximum supported resolution for 2D is 4K, although as mentioned, the native resolution of microOLED screens is Full HD.

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But there are a pair of stereo speakers built into the arms. The sound from them is not loud, but pleasant. If you use the device in a quiet room, then the volume is easily adjusted so that you hear everything, but the person standing next to you already hears only the noise, but cannot make out the words. I would like to see some kind of sound adjustment on the glasses themselves, but at the moment it is missing, as well as adjusting the brightness.

About glasses

As for vision correction, not everything is rosy. Comes with an extra mini frame that you can put your lenses in. This frame is attached to the main one with the help of one magnet located in the center, which at first glance raises questions. However, both sides of the mount have a complex shape, so there is no movement, and when the glasses are on your face, you naturally press one frame against the other. Since the additional frame is thin, the position on the head does not change at all. But the fact that this additional frame is thin hides another catch - it definitely won’t withstand glass lenses, and plastic ones can be unacceptably thick, so the glasses most likely have a certain limit on acceptable correction. Apparently, when using NXTWEAR G, you will have to focus not on a nozzle with corrective lenses, but on the use of contact lenses.

For whom

We usually put the "Positioning" item at the beginning of the review, but this is not a review, but the very first glance, more about personal impressions of the gadget's unusual format. Which is so unusual that TCL representatives at the presentation could not say who they see as their buyer. We were told about a lot of use cases, and there are really a lot of them - after all, in fact, you get the opportunity to consume information anywhere at any time not from the compact screen of a smartphone or laptop, but to watch it on a much larger display. At the same time, with a great deal of privacy: your screen is not visible to anyone (the screen of a smartphone or laptop does not duplicate the image on the NXTWEAR G displays), and if you use separate headphones instead of a built-in audio system, nothing will be heard. Those. you get the opportunity to have a gadget with you that allows you to organize private viewing of audiovisual content in any random place.

But who needs it? I doubt that anyone watches videos or reads documents under the NDA so often to specifically purchase a not the cheapest gadget. Movie buffs and gamers may be the target audience, but control restrictions will preclude any gaming ambitions. Watching a movie on the go will still be easier, albeit from a smaller screen, but without being tied to it by wire. TCL NXTWEAR G glasses are a showcase of technology. Without a pandemic, they probably would not have gone beyond shows at exhibitions and corporate presentations. But the world has changed, and now, in order to show their technology to geeks, TCL has to release such a commercial product.

I'm sure there will be fans who will purchase this gadget. And even they are unlikely to be disappointed if they carefully read what the manufacturer promises. And he promises you exactly what is said in the name of the gadget and has already been given at the beginning of the text - a personal screen-glasses. There are no revelations here, there is an opportunity to test a new way of delivering information, relevant in the light of the fact that not every apartment has a place for a 3.5-meter screen, not to mention the fact that you will not take one with you on a trip.< /p>

Another category that might really like the TCL NXTWEAR G is those who travel a lot and for a long time. Buying it for the sake of trips on the subway is strange, but if you are a passenger for at least 3-4 hours, then watching a movie in such glasses will be much more pleasant. An unobvious plus - if you haven’t watched literally 5-10 minutes, but have already arrived at your destination, you can not leave the film, but watch it, even walking along the platform - a quick glance at your feet so as not to stumble on the step, nothing blocks you .

However, once upon a time, similar gadgets were already on sale and enjoyed a certain popularity:

When and how much?

The TCL NXTWEAR G is already available in some markets. In Russia, their price and availability are promised to be announced before the New Year. The price tag is still unknown, TCL representatives say that it will not be at a loss, but lower than that of competitors. Another thing is that it is difficult to imagine who exactly in this case should be considered a competitor. Augmented reality glasses? But, firstly, they exist in large quantities only as devices in the corporate segment, and secondly, NXTWEAR G does not create any augmented reality. Virtual helmets? But the functionality of this gadget is very far from them. There are still devices that assume that the smartphone itself will be inserted into them, but this is a completely different class, where the “glasses”, by and large, are just a fastener for the smartphone in front of the eyes. In any case, this will not be a gadget for everyone, including the reason that not everyone is ready to part with a rather impressive amount, and the use of microOLED displays with Full HD resolution alone hints that the gadget will not be cheap.

First Look at TCL NXTWEAR G Personal Screen Glasses

Back in the summer, TCL announced the launch of such an interesting product as the NXTWEAR G personal screen-glasses. This gadget is curious, first of all, because in our world it’s more likely that a kettle will have a built-in 5G module, and a toothbrush will communicate with a tube of toothpaste via Bluetooth, rather than a device designed to be a technology demonstrator, will not receive Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, or an overwhelming neuroprocessor that, with a cursory glance, would tell you something from the world of virtual or at least augmented reality. And TCL NXTWEAR G is exactly what is completely devoid of any rudiments of reason and autonomy. What, in fact, is hidden behind the strange positioning of "personal screen-glasses": this is a device in the form of glasses that work like a personal screen.

That is, in front of your eyes, it seems like ordinary sunglasses, but through them you can’t see anything, but you are watching your personal screen, equivalent to a 140-inch screen that you would look at from a distance of 4 meters. This is achieved through the use of two microOLED screens with a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

Specifications

  • Color: black
  • Dimensions: 187.35 x 159.3 x 42.8 mm (unfolded) and 181 x 53 x 46 mm (folded)
  • Weight: 100g (without cable), 130g (with cable)
  • Display:
  • Type: microOLED
  • Resolution: two at 1080p
  • Proportions: 16:9
  • Viewing angle: 47 degrees
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Apparent size: 140 inches at 4 meters
  • Modes: [email protected], [email protected]

Design

The outer side of the glasses is completely glossy, made of dense polycarbonate. An imitation of glass was made on the front, but this is exactly what a visual deception is - the plastic is opaque. The temples are as thick as a finger at the thickest part, but thin out towards the ends, although they remain thicker than regular glasses. The inner side of the temples is made of soft-touch plastic, the same is used on the inner side of the frame.

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Somehow imperceptibly, almost all compact city cars left Russia, which replaced compact class sedans and liftbacks like Hyundai Solaris and Skoda Rapid. There are always two real city cars left on our market, this is the hero of our material Kia Picanto and Chevrolet Spark, along with its counterpart under the Ravon brand.

TCL TW30 MoveAudio S600 TWS headphones review

Any decent smartphone manufacturer is bound to offer their own TWS headset with them. So TCL introduced in December on the Russian market not only a flagship smartphone, but also a flagship headset. Let's see what happened ...

It's not that the glasses get dirty in some unusual way, but in general, fingerprints will remain on both glossy and soft-touch surfaces. So the napkin included in the kit will come in handy.

In general, the design looks solid, there are no questions about the quality of workmanship.

A little about usage

The fact that you will not see anything in the surrounding world through them is not quite the right definition. The fact is that, unlike the usual landing, when the glasses are pressed against the forehead and cheekbones, here the landing is completely different. If above the eyes the frame really habitually adheres to the forehead, then in the lower part the design moves away a few centimeters from the face, so that you have a rather large view down. I won’t say that it’s so convenient to walk down the street, but it’s possible not to bump into pieces of furniture in the house.

You can clearly see how far the NXTWEAR G goggles are from faces, so looking at your feet or working with your hands is no problem.

Where will this personal screen take a picture to show you? From any device that has a USB-C connector that supports the Display Port function. It can be a smartphone, tablet or computer, it is only important that the function of displaying the image on the screen via USB is supported. No wireless connections are provided here.

Moreover, TCL engineers did not even provide for the ability to connect and disconnect the cable itself - it is firmly integrated into the right ear. The connection looks quite reliable, but, of course, I would like to see a detachable design - this is easier to store and put on your head.

With the latter, by the way, not everyone manages to cope with the first time. The fact is that the cable exit is made so as to be behind the ear. But the temples of the glasses themselves are not adjustable, so depending on the individual, the junction of the cable with the temple turns out to be in different places, which is why the cable may not go there.

In general, the ergonomics of the device causes mixed impressions. The glasses are very massive, but light: weight with cable - 130 grams, without it - about 100 grams. The latter, of course, does not matter much, since even if the cable is detachable, https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl use The glasses wouldn't work without him. As mentioned, there are no wireless modules and no battery, the USB connection is the source of both power and information.

In terms of landing, TCL NXTWEAR G most of all resembles not even virtual reality glasses, but ballistic glasses. The arms do not spread over a long distance, but with some effort they pass from the face to the back of the head, at some point pretty squeezing the head. But when you have already put on glasses, there is no feeling of heaviness (which is normal for a gadget weighing just over 100 grams) and squeezing of the temples. The cable doesn't get in the way either. The kit comes with three nose pads that will allow you to choose the most comfortable fit.

It's much more questionable that you can see both the real world and the screen at the same time. So in order to look at what is happening on the screen, you will need to focus. This takes some getting used to, especially since the control is carried out from an external device, which, due to the limited cable length (no more than 1.5 meters at a glance), will always be literally at hand. The controls themselves are clear and simple.

Control, video and audio

If you control the gadget from a smartphone, then its screen will turn into a touchpad, the cursor of which you will observe on the NXTWEAR G screen. If you control it from a computer, then its touchpad or mouse will take effect. In any case, it is important to focus on looking at exactly one thing.

The manufacturer claims the field of view corresponds to a 140-inch (3.5-meter) screen from a distance of 4 meters. Of course, it's hard to check, so I'll just note that you will have a noticeable black area around the actual useful image.

The device supports both 2D and 3D image playback. Switching occurs on the source device and requires a special application from TCL. The maximum supported resolution for 2D is 4K, although as mentioned, the native resolution of microOLED screens is Full HD.

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The only sensor whose operation is evident in the TCL NXTWEAR G is the proximity sensor located in the frame above the bridge of the nose. Due to its operation, you can remove the glasses, but do not disconnect the cable - the displays in the glasses will turn off, and you can use your smartphone or PC as usual. There are no other features that could bring this device closer to virtual reality glasses. The characteristics stated a gyroscope, an accelerometer and even a compass, but at the presentation there was no way to evaluate their work. Probably, in the future there will be applications that will use these sensors, which means that they will somewhat expand the capabilities of the screen glasses towards a smarter device.

But there are a pair of stereo speakers built into the arms. The sound from them is not loud, but pleasant. If you use the device in a quiet room, then the volume is easily adjusted so that you hear everything, but the person standing next to you already hears only the noise, but cannot make out the words. I would like to see some kind of sound adjustment on the glasses themselves, but at the moment it is missing, as well as adjusting the brightness.

About glasses

As for vision correction, not everything is rosy. Comes with an extra mini frame that you can put your lenses in. This frame is attached to the main one with the help of one magnet located in the center, which at first glance raises questions. However, both sides of the mount have a complex shape, so there is no movement, and when the glasses are on your face, you naturally press one frame against the other. Since the additional frame is thin, the position on the head does not change at all. But the fact that this additional frame is thin hides another catch - it definitely won’t withstand glass lenses, and plastic ones can be unacceptably thick, so the glasses most likely have a certain limit on acceptable correction. Apparently, when using NXTWEAR G, you will have to focus not on a nozzle with corrective lenses, but on the use of contact lenses.

For whom

We usually put the "Positioning" item at the beginning of the review, but this is not a review, but the very first glance, more about personal impressions of the gadget's unusual format. Which is so unusual that TCL representatives at the presentation could not say who they see as their buyer. We were told about a lot of use cases, and there are really a lot of them - after all, in fact, you get the opportunity to consume information anywhere at any time not from the compact screen of a smartphone or laptop, but to watch it on a much larger display. At the same time, with a great deal of privacy: your screen is not visible to anyone (the screen of a smartphone or laptop does not duplicate the image on the NXTWEAR G displays), and if you use separate headphones instead of a built-in audio system, nothing will be heard. Those. you get the opportunity to have a gadget with you that allows you to organize private viewing of audiovisual content in any random place.

But who needs it? I doubt that anyone watches videos or reads documents under the NDA so often to specifically purchase a not the cheapest gadget. Movie buffs and gamers may be the target audience, but control restrictions will preclude any gaming ambitions. Watching a movie on the go will still be easier, albeit from a smaller screen, but without being tied to it by wire. TCL NXTWEAR G glasses are a showcase of technology. Without a pandemic, they probably would not have gone beyond shows at exhibitions and corporate presentations. But the world has changed, and now, in order to show their technology to geeks, TCL has to release such a commercial product.

I'm sure there will be fans who will purchase this gadget. And even they are unlikely to be disappointed if they carefully read what the manufacturer promises. And he promises you exactly what is said in the name of the gadget and has already been given at the beginning of the text - a personal screen-glasses. There are no revelations here, there is an opportunity to test a new way of delivering information, relevant in the light of the fact that not every apartment has a place for a 3.5-meter screen, not to mention the fact that you will not take one with you on a trip.< /p>

Another category that might really like the TCL NXTWEAR G is those who travel a lot and for a long time. Buying it for the sake of trips on the subway is strange, but if you are a passenger for at least 3-4 hours, then watching a movie in such glasses will be much more pleasant. An unobvious plus - if you haven’t watched literally 5-10 minutes, but have already arrived at your destination, you can not leave the film, but watch it, even walking along the platform - a quick glance at your feet so as not to stumble on the step, nothing blocks you .

However, once upon a time, similar gadgets were already on sale and enjoyed a certain popularity:

When and how much?

The TCL NXTWEAR G is already available in some markets. In Russia, their price and availability are promised to be announced before the New Year. The price tag is still unknown, TCL representatives say that it will not be at a loss, but lower than that of competitors. Another thing is that it is difficult to imagine who exactly in this case should be considered a competitor. Augmented reality glasses? But, firstly, they exist in large quantities only as devices in the corporate segment, and secondly, NXTWEAR G does not create any augmented reality. Virtual helmets? But the functionality of this gadget is very far from them. There are still devices that assume that the smartphone itself will be inserted into them, but this is a completely different class, where the “glasses”, by and large, are just a fastener for the smartphone in front of the eyes. In any case, this will not be a gadget for everyone, including the reason that not everyone is ready to part with a rather impressive amount, and the use of microOLED displays with Full HD resolution alone hints that the gadget will not be cheap.

First Look at TCL NXTWEAR G Personal Screen Glasses

Back in the summer, TCL announced the launch of such an interesting product as the NXTWEAR G personal screen-glasses. This gadget is curious, first of all, because in our world it’s more likely that a kettle will have a built-in 5G module, and a toothbrush will communicate with a tube of toothpaste via Bluetooth, rather than a device designed to be a technology demonstrator, will not receive Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, or an overwhelming neuroprocessor that, with a cursory glance, would tell you something from the world of virtual or at least augmented reality. And TCL NXTWEAR G is exactly what is completely devoid of any rudiments of reason and autonomy. What, in fact, is hidden behind the strange positioning of "personal screen-glasses": this is a device in the form of glasses that work like a personal screen.

That is, in front of your eyes, it seems like ordinary sunglasses, but through them you can’t see anything, but you are watching your personal screen, equivalent to a 140-inch screen that you would look at from a distance of 4 meters. This is achieved through the use of two microOLED screens with a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

Specifications

  • Color: black
  • Dimensions: 187.35 x 159.3 x 42.8 mm (unfolded) and 181 x 53 x 46 mm (folded)
  • Weight: 100g (without cable), 130g (with cable)
  • Display:
  • Type: microOLED
  • Resolution: two at 1080p
  • Proportions: 16:9
  • Viewing angle: 47 degrees
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Apparent size: 140 inches at 4 meters
  • Modes: [email protected], [email protected]

Design

The outer side of the glasses is completely glossy, made of dense polycarbonate. An imitation of glass was made on the front, but this is exactly what a visual deception is - the plastic is opaque. The temples are as thick as a finger at the thickest part, but thin out towards the ends, although they remain thicker than regular glasses. The inner side of the temples is made of soft-touch plastic, the same is used on the inner side of the frame.

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Any decent smartphone manufacturer is bound to offer their own TWS headset with them. So TCL introduced in December on the Russian market not only a flagship smartphone, but also a flagship headset. Let's see what happened ...

It's not that the glasses get dirty in some unusual way, but in general, fingerprints will remain on both glossy and soft-touch surfaces. So the napkin included in the kit will come in handy.

In general, the design looks solid, there are no questions about the quality of workmanship.

A little about usage

The fact that you will not see anything in the surrounding world through them is not quite the right definition. The fact is that, unlike the usual landing, when the glasses are pressed against the forehead and cheekbones, here the landing is completely different. If above the eyes the frame really habitually adheres to the forehead, then in the lower part the design moves away a few centimeters from the face, so that you have a rather large view down. I won’t say that it’s so convenient to walk down the street, but it’s possible not to bump into pieces of furniture in the house.

You can clearly see how far the NXTWEAR G goggles are from faces, so looking at your feet or working with your hands is no problem.

Where will this personal screen take a picture to show you? From any device that has a USB-C connector that supports the Display Port function. It can be a smartphone, tablet or computer, it is only important that the function of displaying the image on the screen via USB is supported. No wireless connections are provided here.

Moreover, TCL engineers did not even provide for the ability to connect and disconnect the cable itself - it is firmly integrated into the right ear. The connection looks quite reliable, but, of course, I would like to see a detachable design - this is easier to store and put on your head.

With the latter, by the way, not everyone manages to cope with the first time. The fact is that the cable exit is made so as to be behind the ear. But the temples of the glasses themselves are not adjustable, so depending on the individual, the junction of the cable with the temple turns out to be in different places, which is why the cable may not go there.

In general, the ergonomics of the device causes mixed impressions. The glasses are very massive, but light: weight with cable - 130 grams, without it - about 100 grams. The latter, of course, does not matter much, since even if the cable is detachable, https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl use The glasses wouldn't work without him. As mentioned, there are no wireless modules and no battery, the USB connection is the source of both power and information.

In terms of landing, TCL NXTWEAR G most of all resembles not even virtual reality glasses, but ballistic glasses. The arms do not spread over a long distance, but with some effort they pass from the face to the back of the head, at some point pretty squeezing the head. But when you have already put on glasses, there is no feeling of heaviness (which is normal for a gadget weighing just over 100 grams) and squeezing of the temples. The cable doesn't get in the way either. The kit comes with three nose pads that will allow you to choose the most comfortable fit.

It's much more questionable that you can see both the real world and the screen at the same time. So in order to look at what is happening on the screen, you will need to focus. This takes some getting used to, especially since the control is carried out from an external device, which, due to the limited cable length (no more than 1.5 meters at a glance), will always be literally at hand. The controls themselves are clear and simple.

Control, video and audio

If you control the gadget from a smartphone, then its screen will turn into a touchpad, the cursor of which you will observe on the NXTWEAR G screen. If you control it from a computer, then its touchpad or mouse will take effect. In any case, it is important to focus on looking at exactly one thing.

The manufacturer claims that the field of view corresponds to a 140-inch (3.5-meter) screen from a distance of 4 meters. Of course, it's hard to check, so I'll just note that you will have a noticeable black area around the actual useful image.

The device supports both 2D and 3D image playback. Switching occurs on the source device and requires a special application from TCL. The maximum supported resolution for 2D is 4K, although as mentioned, the native resolution of microOLED screens is Full HD.

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The only sensor whose operation is evident in the TCL NXTWEAR G is the proximity sensor located in the frame above the bridge of the nose. Due to its operation, you can remove the glasses, but do not disconnect the cable - the displays in the glasses will turn off, and you can use your smartphone or PC as usual. There are no more features that could bring this device closer to virtual reality glasses. The characteristics stated a gyroscope, an accelerometer and even a compass, but at the presentation there was no way to evaluate their work. Probably, in the future there will be applications that will use these sensors, which means that they will somewhat expand the capabilities of the screen glasses towards a smarter device.

But there are a pair of stereo speakers built into the arms. The sound from them is not loud, but pleasant. If you use the device in a quiet room, then the volume is easily adjusted so that you hear everything, but the person standing next to you already hears only the noise, but cannot make out the words. I would like to see some kind of sound adjustment on the glasses themselves, but at the moment it is missing, as well as adjusting the brightness.

About glasses

As for vision correction, not everything is rosy. Comes with an extra mini frame that you can put your lenses in. This frame is attached to the main one with the help of one magnet located in the center, which at first glance raises questions. However, both sides of the mount have a complex shape, so there is no movement, and when the glasses are on your face, you naturally press one frame against the other. Since the additional frame is thin, the position on the head does not change at all. But the fact that this additional frame is thin hides another catch - it definitely won’t withstand glass lenses, and plastic ones can be unacceptably thick, so the glasses most likely have a certain limit on acceptable correction. Apparently, when using NXTWEAR G, you will have to focus not on a nozzle with corrective lenses, but on the use of contact lenses.

For whom

We usually put the "Positioning" item at the beginning of the review, but this is not a review, but the very first glance, more about personal impressions of the gadget's unusual format. Which is so unusual that TCL representatives at the presentation could not say who they see as their buyer. We were told about a lot of use cases, and there are really a lot of them - after all, in fact, you get the opportunity to consume information anywhere at any time not from the compact screen of a smartphone or laptop, but to watch it on a much larger display. At the same time, with a great deal of privacy: your screen is not visible to anyone (the screen of a smartphone or laptop does not duplicate the image on the NXTWEAR G displays), and if you use separate headphones instead of a built-in audio system, nothing will be heard. Those. you get the opportunity to have a gadget with you that allows you to organize private viewing of audiovisual content in any random place.

But who needs it? I doubt that anyone watches videos or reads documents under the NDA so often to specifically purchase a not the cheapest gadget. Movie buffs and gamers may be the target audience, but control restrictions will preclude any gaming ambitions. Watching a movie on the go will still be easier, albeit from a smaller screen, but without being tied to it by wire. TCL NXTWEAR G glasses are a showcase of technology. Without a pandemic, they probably would not have gone beyond shows at exhibitions and corporate presentations. But the world has changed, and now, in order to show their technology to geeks, TCL has to release such a commercial product.

I'm sure there will be fans who will purchase this gadget. And even they are unlikely to be disappointed if they carefully read what the manufacturer promises. And he promises you exactly what is said in the name of the gadget and has already been given at the beginning of the text - a personal screen-glasses. There are no revelations here, there is an opportunity to test a new way of delivering information, relevant in the light of the fact that not every apartment has a place for a 3.5-meter screen, not to mention the fact that you will not take one with you on a trip.< /p>

Another category that might really like the TCL NXTWEAR G is those who travel a lot and for a long time. Buying it for the sake of trips on the subway is strange, but if you are a passenger for at least 3-4 hours, then watching a movie in such glasses will be much more pleasant. An unobvious plus - if you haven’t watched literally 5-10 minutes, but have already arrived at your destination, you can not leave the film, but watch it, even walking along the platform - a quick glance at your feet so as not to stumble on the step, nothing blocks you .

However, once upon a time, similar gadgets were already on sale and enjoyed a certain popularity:

When and how much?

The TCL NXTWEAR G is already available in some markets. In Russia, they promise to announce their price and availability before the New Year. The price tag is still unknown, TCL representatives say that it will not be at a loss, but lower than that of competitors. Another thing is that it is difficult to imagine who exactly in this case should be considered a competitor. Augmented reality glasses? But, firstly, they exist in large quantities only as devices in the corporate segment, and secondly, NXTWEAR G does not create any augmented reality. Virtual helmets? But the functionality of this gadget is very far from them. There are still devices that assume that the smartphone itself will be inserted into them, but this is a completely different class, where the “glasses”, by and large, are just a fastener for the smartphone in front of the eyes. In any case, this will not be a gadget for everyone, including the reason that not everyone is ready to part with a rather impressive amount, and the use of microOLED displays with Full HD resolution alone hints that the gadget will not be cheap.

First Look at TCL NXTWEAR G Personal Screen Glasses

Back in the summer, TCL announced the launch of such an interesting product as the NXTWEAR G personal screen-glasses. This gadget is curious, first of all, because in our world it’s more likely that a kettle will have a built-in 5G module, and a toothbrush will communicate with a tube of toothpaste via Bluetooth, rather than a device designed to be a technology demonstrator, will not receive Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth, or an overwhelming neuroprocessor that, with a cursory glance, would tell you something from the world of virtual or at least augmented reality. And TCL NXTWEAR G is exactly what is completely devoid of any rudiments of reason and autonomy. What, in fact, is hidden behind the strange positioning of "personal screen-glasses": this is a device in the form of glasses that work like a personal screen.

That is, in front of your eyes, it seems like ordinary sunglasses, but through them you can’t see anything, but you are watching your personal screen, equivalent to a 140-inch screen that you would look at from a distance of 4 meters. This is achieved through the use of two microOLED screens with a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 Hz.

Specifications

  • Color: black
  • Dimensions: 187.35 x 159.3 x 42.8 mm (unfolded) and 181 x 53 x 46 mm (folded)
  • Weight: 100g (without cable), 130g (with cable)
  • Display:
  • Type: microOLED
  • Resolution: two at 1080p
  • Proportions: 16:9
  • Viewing angle: 47 degrees
  • Refresh rate: 60Hz
  • Apparent size: 140 inches at 4 meters
  • Modes: [email protected], [email protected]

Design

The outer side of the glasses is completely glossy, made of dense polycarbonate. An imitation of glass was made on the front, but this is exactly what a visual deception is - the plastic is opaque. The temples are as thick as a finger at the thickest part, but thin out towards the ends, although they remain thicker than regular glasses. The inner side of the temples is made of soft-touch plastic, the same is used on the inner side of the frame.

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It's not that the glasses get dirty in some unusual way, but in general, fingerprints will remain on both glossy and soft-touch surfaces. So the napkin included in the kit will come in handy.

In general, the design looks solid, there are no questions about the quality of workmanship.

A little about usage

The fact that you will not see anything in the surrounding world through them is not quite the right definition. The fact is that, unlike the usual landing, when the glasses are pressed against the forehead and cheekbones, here the landing is completely different. If above the eyes the frame really habitually adheres to the forehead, then in the lower part the design moves away a few centimeters from the face, so that you have a rather large view down. I won’t say that it’s so convenient to walk down the street, but it’s possible not to bump into pieces of furniture in the house.

The promo picture clearly shows how far the NXTWEAR G goggles are from the face, so looking down at your feet or working with your hands is no problem.

Where will this personal screen take a picture to show you? From any device that has a USB-C connector that supports the Display Port function. It can be a smartphone, tablet or computer, it is only important that the function of displaying the image on the screen via USB is supported. No wireless connections are provided here.

Moreover, TCL engineers did not even provide for the ability to connect and disconnect the cable itself - it is firmly integrated into the right ear. The connection looks quite reliable, but, of course, I would like to see a detachable design - this is easier to store and put on your head.

With the latter, by the way, not everyone manages to cope with the first time. The fact is that the cable exit is made so as to be behind the ear. But the temples of the glasses themselves are not adjustable, so depending on the individual, the junction of the cable with the temple turns out to be in different places, which is why the cable may not go there.

In general, the ergonomics of the device causes mixed impressions. The glasses are very massive, but light: weight with cable - 130 grams, without it - about 100 grams. The latter, of course, does not matter much, because even if the cable was detachable, https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl would not have been possible to use glasses without it. As mentioned, there are no wireless modules and no battery, the USB connection is the source of both power and information.

In general, the ergonomics of the device causes mixed impressions. The glasses are very massive, but light: weight with cable - 130 grams, without it - about 100 grams. The latter, of course, does not matter much, since even if the cable is detachable, https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl https://cars45.com.gh/dwbhfuEA8SZBUbKbN3rfmxjl Wouldn't have been able to use glasses without it. As mentioned, there are no wireless modules and no battery, the USB connection is the source of both power and information.

In terms of landing, TCL NXTWEAR G most of all resembles not even virtual reality glasses, but ballistic glasses. The arms do not spread over a long distance, but with some effort they pass from the face to the back of the head, at some point pretty squeezing the head. But when you have already put on glasses, there is no feeling of heaviness (which is normal for a gadget weighing just over 100 grams) and squeezing of the temples. The cable doesn't get in the way either. The kit comes with three nose pads that will allow you to choose the most comfortable fit.

It's much more questionable that you can see both the real world and the screen at the same time. So in order to look at what is happening on the screen, you will need to focus. This takes some getting used to, especially since the control is carried out from an external device, which, due to the limited cable length (no more than 1.5 meters at a glance), will always be literally at hand. The controls themselves are clear and simple.

Control, video and audio

If you control the gadget from a smartphone, then its screen will turn into a touchpad, the cursor of which you will observe on the NXTWEAR G screen. If you control it from a computer, then its touchpad or mouse will take effect. In any case, it is important to focus on looking at exactly one thing.

The manufacturer claims that the field of view corresponds to a 140-inch (3.5-meter) screen from a distance of 4 meters. Of course, it's hard to check, so I'll just note that you will have a noticeable black area around the actual useful image.

But there are a pair of stereo speakers built into the arms. The sound from them is not loud, but pleasant. If you use the device in a quiet room, then the volume is easily adjusted so that you hear everything, but the person standing next to you already hears only the noise, but cannot make out the words. I would like to see some kind of sound adjustment on the glasses themselves, but at the moment it is missing, as well as adjusting the brightness.

About glasses

As for vision correction, not everything is rosy. Comes with an extra mini frame that you can put your lenses in. This frame is attached to the main one with the help of one magnet located in the center, which at first glance raises questions. However, both sides of the mount have a complex shape, so there is no movement, and when the glasses are on your face, you naturally press one frame against the other. Since the additional frame is thin, the position on the head does not change at all. But the fact that this additional frame is thin hides another catch - it definitely won’t withstand glass lenses, and plastic ones can be unacceptably thick, so the glasses most likely have a certain limit on acceptable correction. Apparently, when using NXTWEAR G, you will have to focus not on a nozzle with corrective lenses, but on the use of contact lenses.

For whom

We usually put the "Positioning" item at the beginning of the review, but this is not a review, but the very first glance, more about personal impressions of the gadget's unusual format. Which is so unusual that TCL representatives at the presentation could not say who they see as their buyer. We were told about a lot of use cases, and there are really a lot of them - after all, in fact, you get the opportunity to consume information anywhere at any time not from the compact screen of a smartphone or laptop, but to watch it on a much larger display. At the same time, with a great deal of privacy: your screen is not visible to anyone (the screen of a smartphone or laptop does not duplicate the image on the NXTWEAR G displays), and if you use separate headphones instead of a built-in audio system, nothing will be heard. Those. you get the opportunity to have a gadget with you that allows you to organize private viewing of audiovisual content in any random place.

But who needs it? I doubt that anyone watches videos or reads documents under the NDA so often to specifically purchase a not the cheapest gadget. Movie buffs and gamers may be the target audience, but control restrictions will preclude any gaming ambitions. Watching a movie on the go will still be easier, albeit from a smaller screen, but without being tied to it by wire. TCL NXTWEAR G glasses are a showcase of technology. Without a pandemic, they probably would not have gone beyond shows at exhibitions and corporate presentations. But the world has changed, and now, in order to show their technology to geeks, TCL has to release such a commercial product.

I'm sure there will be fans who will purchase this gadget. And even they are unlikely to be disappointed if they carefully read what the manufacturer promises. And he promises you exactly what is said in the name of the gadget and has already been given at the beginning of the text - a personal screen-glasses. There are no revelations here, there is an opportunity to test a new way of delivering information, relevant in the light of the fact that not every apartment has a place for a 3.5-meter screen, not to mention the fact that you will not take one with you on a trip.< /p>

Another category that might really like the TCL NXTWEAR G is those who travel a lot and for a long time. Buying it for the sake of trips on the subway is strange, but if you are a passenger for at least 3-4 hours, then watching a movie in such glasses will be much more pleasant. An unobvious plus - if you haven’t watched literally 5-10 minutes, but have already arrived at your destination, you can not leave the film, but watch it, even walking along the platform - a quick glance at your feet so as not to stumble on the step, nothing blocks you .

However, once upon a time, similar gadgets were already on sale and enjoyed a certain popularity:

When and how much?

The TCL NXTWEAR G is already available in some markets. In Russia, their price and availability are promised to be announced before the New Year. The price tag is still unknown, TCL representatives say that it will not be at a loss, but lower than that of competitors. Another thing is that it is difficult to imagine who exactly in this case should be considered a competitor. Augmented reality glasses? But, firstly, they exist in large quantities only as devices in the corporate segment, and secondly, NXTWEAR G does not create any augmented reality. Virtual helmets? But the functionality of this gadget is very far from them. There are still devices that assume that the smartphone itself will be inserted into them, but this is a completely different class, where the “glasses”, by and large, are just a fastener for the smartphone in front of the eyes. In any case, this will not be a gadget for everyone, including the reason that not everyone is ready to part with a rather impressive amount, and the use of microOLED displays with Full HD resolution alone hints that the gadget will not be cheap.