Anker introduces a pair of smart audio glasses under its Soundcore brand. The Soundcore frames are similar to the Razer Anzu smart glasses released in March, and both have built-in speakers. However, the Anker design goes even further by offering 10 different designs, unlike the Razer Anzu, which is only available in two designs.
The manufacturer claims that the glasses have four speakers for an open surround experience. Two microphones work with a noise reduction algorithm to block ambient sound when making calls. It has 5.5 hours of battery life and is rated IPX4 water resistant.
Anker SoundCore frames are priced at $ 199.99, while additional frames with polarized lenses to block ultraviolet rays or blue-light filters sell for $ 49.99. There is also support for prescription lenses. Users can remove temples that contain all the components and move them to another frame owned by them. Before you buy a frame, there is a virtual try-on page on the website and the Soundcore app for Android and iOS, which allows you to experiment with different frames.
If you intend to acquire soundcore frames, you will receive an additional frame for just $ 1 if you mortgage before October 31st. Those who do so will be sent a code, and they will need to complete an order for the glasses from November 1st to 10th on the official Soundcore website or Amazon. They can use the code sent earlier to get the free frame.
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