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It looks like a computer! – eeNews product focus

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By Wisse Hettinga

While there is an ongoing discussion about the real benefit of smart glasses or VR/AR glasses, it looks like the Ray-Ban – Meta glasses are already getting more and more mainstream

A quick view on the Ray-Ban website learns us that the technology is getting more and more developed: you can have your glasses (also on prescription) that can not only help you to see, but also to hear, to talk to your bot, receive audio messages and do video recording.

From the website:

“Capture exactly what you see and hear with the new ultra-wide 12 MP camera and five-mic system. Take high-quality photos and immersive videos and share it all to Facebook and Instagram. Toggle between your phone and glasses camera when you videocall or livestream(1), so that everyone can experience your unique view of the world.

Seamlessly switch between your favorite tracks, calls, and surroundings with discreet, open-ear speakers. They’re custom built to deliver extended bass and high maximum volume for a rich listening experience, even in noisy or windy environments. Everything is for your ears only, thanks to improved directional audio.

Spark your creativity, get information, and control your glasses just by saying “Hey Meta”. Ask Meta AI to get what you need and never miss a beat.

Unlock a range of hands-free possibilities with voice command – call and message, capture content, and manage media settings with your phone in your pocket. Or activate the features in a single touch with the hyper-responsive touchpad and capture button.

Up to four hours of battery life, plus a sleek, portable charging case – which provides up to eight more charges on the go – means you can focus on your day without interruption. The slim case fits in your back-pocket or bag, while smart charging preserves and extends your battery life.”

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