TCL has been rapidly increasing its portfolio of devices in the past months, including the release of its first 5G phone. Today, at CES 2021, the company is introducing its first-ever Wearable Display glasses.
A follow-up to the company’s Project Archery which was seen at last year’s CES, the TCL Wearable Display offers dual 1080p Full HD OLED displays integrated into the glasses’ lens. This year’s model shows a significant design improvement with the TCL Wearable Display looking closer to a typical pair of sunglasses.
Slipping them on will provide its wearer with the equivalent of a 140-degree inch view from 4 meters away. TCL says that sharpness is also not an issue as the display has a pixel density of 49 PPD.
And because of its USB-C port, users will be able to pair the TCL Wearable Display to a number of different devices from a variety of manufacturers. Connecting the devices will allow users to watch movies, play games, and more, enabling a truly immersive experience.
The TCL Wearable Display will be available in select markets later this year.