Thanks, TCL, for the RayNeo Air 2, which has restored my religion within the potential of AR glasses to ship an enormous display screen expertise in a lightweight, transportable type that simply works while you plug its C-connection into any suitable system. The display screen is massive and brilliant and appears crisp even in daylight. The RayNeo Air 2 is one of the best wanting of its friends, too, however are nonetheless only a tisch too cumbersome to be mistaken for sun shades.
(*2*)New TCL RayNeo Air 2 video sensible glasses for an enormous scrteen expertise on-the-go.
Display extenders had been all the fashion at CES 2023 final January, however they're simply hitting the market this fall. It appeared AR goes to enter the lives of most shoppers as an expensive sensible cellphone accent optimized to ship an enormous display screen expertise, nevertheless it hasn't occurred but. Tis the season. And simulating an enormous display screen is all these do. It's all they are going to ever do, so wanting and sounding nice is their one and solely job. We shouldn't be stunned that China's TCL, which has been making low-cost TVs for many years, has gotten this half proper.
(*2*)Use case illustration for the TCL RayNeo Air 2 AR sensible glasses.
The $379 RayNeo Air 2 weighs simply 76 grams whereas housing a pair of 16:9, 120Hz Sony Micro-OLED 1080p shows which can be equal to a 201-inch display screen seen from six ft away. The glasses have a good 46° FOV, the 49 pixels-per-degree (PPD) and a 108% sRGB colour gamut. It additionally options what they name "a totally upgraded dynamic stereo sound system, full with a whisper mode for privateness." The sound is sweet, however not nice. Audio sensible glasses like Bose Frames spend their cash on audio. TCL spent their cash on shows. I say they made a very good name right here. Whisper mode is a pleasant contact, although.
(*2*)Loupe view of the particular hinge that makes the TCL RayNeo Air 2 such a pleasure to put on.
My largest beef with each different pair of AR sensible glasses is that I can't get them to take a seat accurately on my face. All of them have adjustable nostril pads, however these alone doesn't do it. The RayNeo Air 2 is the one one that matches me. It's because it has a particular hinge the place the wing meets the body, which lets you regulate the angle. It looks like a element, however along with a brilliant, crisp display screen, it makes all of the distinction.
Now the not so good half. The RayNeo Air 2 helps DisplayPort or USB-C Alt mode solely. For older iPhones with the Lightning port and different units that don't assist USB-C Alt mode, you'll need a $99 MiraScreen Adapter. You'll want to examine for compatability lest you make a important procuring mistake.
When you or somebody in your checklist has an iPhone 15, the TCL RayNeo Air 2 goes to make their day. Quite a lot of thought has gone into these. It feels good to put on them.