Razer Anzu Smart Audio Glasses and Polarized Sunglasses with Blue Lighting Filtering

With blue light filtering, Razer Anzu smart audio glasses help you reduce eyestrain when you stare at the screen for working or gaming, and the glasses double as polarized sunglasses with included replacement lenses. Let’s keep checking if you want to learn more about the glasses.Razer Anzu Smart Audio Glasses and Polarized Sunglasses with Blue Lighting Filtering

Razer Anzu is a pair of open-ear audio glasses that is available in two sizes and two different styles: rectangle and round. With a lightweight and streamlined design, the audio glasses deliver a comfortable fit, and two optional styles allow to meet more personal preferences.

The Anzu smart audio glasses come equipped with speakers and microphone, and with 60ms low latency Bluetooth connection, the glasses delivers smooth, stutter-free sound. Using the glasses’ touch interface, you can easily control your music playback or activate your smartphone’s voice assistant.Razer Anzu Smart Audio Glasses and Polarized Sunglasses with Blue Lighting Filtering

Moreover, the audio glasses also feature blue light filtering lenses to provide 35% blue light protection, reducing eyestrain so that you can more comfortably enjoy entrainment or work on a screen. Using included polarized replacement lenses, the Anzu double as polarized sunglasses to shield your eyes from the sun with 99% UVA/UVB protection.

In addition, the smart audio glasses are IPX4 water-resistant to prevent any discomfort from your sweat or light rain. Built-in rechargeable battery offers more than 5 hours of battery life between charges.

Razer Anzu smart audio glasses with interchangeable polarized lenses are priced at $199.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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