For many years, Razer has dominated the gaming market with its high-speed PCs, ergonomic performance seats, and advanced desktop peripherals. But this is not to say that multinational electronic equipment companies have been complacent about their success. On the contrary, as you find in its latest version, Razer is just getting started.
They are called “Anzu” and are a pair of advanced smart glasses designed to provide an immersive sound experience. In practice, this means that in addition to a pair of built-in open audio speakers, they also have discreet omnidirectional microphones that allow users to be hands-free when connecting to a PC or mobile device. Since they support 60 ms low-latency Bluetooth 5.1 connections, you can even customize EQ settings through the included mobile app. Rated for more than five hours of continuous use, their arms are equipped with sensors that can be controlled with the push of a button. Anzu smart glasses offer two shapes, round and square, and provide blue, tinted, and prescription lens options to meet your specific purpose. You can purchase them by clicking here, starting at $200.