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Lenovo Glasses T1 smart specs + new foldable PC debut at IFA 2022

The Lenovo Glasses T1 smart wearable tech headlined a massive range of announcements from the Chinese tech company, as part of the 2022 IFA consumer electronics conference in Berlin.

Held for the first time since 2019, IFA connected global technology heavyweights under one roof, where Lenovo was among the companies showing upcoming products. Alongside the Lenovo Glasses T1, the brand unveiled multiple new laptops, Chromebooks, monitors, and its latest foldable PC.

See more with Lenovo Glasses T1

Compatible with laptops, tablets and mobile devices, the Lenovo Glasses T1 lets you watch videos, play games, and work on the equivalent of a big screen right in front of your face. Made with micro-OLED technology, the glasses provide a 1920 x 1080 resolution to each eye at 60Hz alongside built-in speakers. Other than enjoying media, another potential use case for the specs is when working with potentially sensitive data in public, reducing the possibility of someone snooping on your screen.

Browsing with the Lenovo Glasses T1 will be a wired experience, however. It connects to compatible devices via a USB-C cable; iOS users with Lightning connectors will need an adapter sold separately. Those curious about an Australian launch will have to wait a while. The Lenovo Glasses T1 hits shelves in China later this year, and “other select markets” in 2023 with pricing information to come when availability is confirmed.

The foldable trend continues with the next-gen Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold

Not long after Samsung announced its latest foldable phones, we can now look forward to the next-gen foldable PC hybrid from Lenovo. The second generation ThinkPad X1 Fold features a 16.3-inch OLED display that is 22% larger than its predecessor, has reduced bezels, and an overall slimmer build. It runs Windows on an Intel chipset, integrated Iris Xe GPU, plus as much as 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 1TB SSD internal storage.

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