Your pocket screen is the big screen! Lenovo smart glasses instantly display your computer screen in front of you

  • Lenovo Glasses Project T1 is a project that displays a computer on lenses in inches Eyes
  • They were unveiled at the IFA Berlin.
  • Users can use the glasses to create a personal space that prevents’shoulder surfing.

The new Lenovo glasses place a computer screen inches away from your eyes, giving you more privacy while working on or watching movies. 

The Lenovo Glasses, T1, were unveiled this week at IFA Berlin. They can connect to any laptop, tablet, or smartphone via a USB connection. 

These OLED screens show the content of the device and offer a private view for “on-the go content consumption”. 

The Lenovo Glasses T1 gives users the illusion that the content is being displayed on a larger screen than their actual device.

The glasses provide a virtual computer display which appears big and spacious, but can be carried around in the pocket of small glasses.

Lenovo Glasses T1 will give users the impression that they are seeing content on a much bigger screen than the one on their physical device

The Lenovo Glasses T1 gives users the illusion that the content they see is larger than what’s on their actual device. 

Unveiled at IFA in Berlin this week, Lenovo Glasses T1 connect up to a laptop, smartphone or tablet via a USB-C connection. They then show content from the device on two OLED screens, one on each lens in front of the eyes, offering a private display

Lenovo Glasses T1 were revealed at IFA Berlin. These glasses connect via USB-C to your tablet, phone, or laptop. Two OLED screens are used to display the content of the device, one per lens, on both sides of the eyes.


Display: Micro OLED

Resolution: 1920 X 1080 per eye

Framerate: 60Hz

Audio: Speakers with high quality built-in audio

TBC: Availability and Price 

These glasses have hi-fi speakers built into the temples. This allows users to hear and see what is being said, as well as enjoy Netflix movies. 

Eric Yu, Lenovo’s executive director, stated that people around the globe are shifting more to mobile devices every day for productivity and entertainment. 

Screen real-estate is a major bottleneck for the user experience. 

“With the Lenovo Glasses T1, users can have a private, portable big-screen experience that is more valuable than their laptops or phones. 

The Lenovo Glasses T1 are expected to be on sale in China by the end of 2022. 

Lenovo claims the glasses will suit professionals who tend to work on private ‘business-critical’ documents on a PC in public spaces. 

The glasses also have built-in hi-fi speakers near the ears, so users can hear as well as see content, and enjoy a film on Netflix, for example

Also, the glasses include built-in speakers for hi-fi near your ears. Users can enjoy Netflix movies, as well, as hear it.

Having a private workspace will prevent ‘shoulder surfing’ – looking over the shoulder of someone using a device and snooping on their private information.

The tech is also suitable for people who wish to be able to view a movie or TV program without the need of a stranger.

Problem is that the glasses can be difficult to see.

Additionally, the glasses must be tied to the device’s tablet, smartphone or laptop so they are not impeded from moving while in use.

Lenovo Glasses T1 are similar to the Nreal Air glasses from telco EE which went on sale in May for £400. 

Lenovo Glasses T1 are similar to the Nreal Air glasses from telco EE which went on sale in May for £400. Pictured, promo image of the Nreal Air

Lenovo Glasses T1 are similar to the Nreal Air glasses from telco EE which went on sale in May for £400. Promo image for the Nreal Air 

Nreal Air glasses feature a faster screen refresh rate. This refers to the number of times that the display can draw new images per second.

The Nreal Air has a refresh rate of 90Hz – meaning it is refreshing an image 90 times per second – compared with Lenovo Glasses T1’s 60Hz. 

Connected to a smartphone the Nreal Air project a virtual screen of 201 inches, essentially at a distance 20 feet.


EE’s £400 ‘Nreal Air’ augmented reality sunglasses project a cinema-sized screen in front of your eyes.

Released in May 2022, the futuristic glasses look like a normal pair of sunglasses from the front, but have two OLED displays hidden behind the lenses. 

These can be connected to your smartphone to project a 201-inch virtual display 20ft from your eyes. This allows you to stream movies and/or play video over 5G. 

Mixed Reality mode allows you to surf the internet or watch YouTube videos. You can also open multiple windows simultaneously in horizontal or vertical orientations.

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