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7 Reviews for TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses

  1. Ricky Chan

    Pixelated, unreliable poor quality

  2. Aj

    Missing volume and brightness control.. better to wait for their new version arriving in a few months that fix these issues. A pro is that an app is not needed unlike the their competitor.

  3. Akbar

    Because of the glasses shape, the bottom of the video or screen it’s not visible. Kind of blurry in n the bottom.Also, the cable bothering your ears.

  4. Niko F.

    There is an App available on the South African TCL support website. It is called SmartGlasses V1.0.apkMy Galaxy S8 works with the app and Dex mode to use Linux/Chromebook style desktop in the glasses. My Galaxy A70 does not have any Video output capability. But the app did work to change fhe brightness level. I could see the difference only when I plugged it back into my SteamDeck.I recommend an HDMI to USB-C adaptor with power injection because it runs the steam deck down quickly. Use a USB C to HDMI dock or dongle on the deck so you can charge it while you use this.The App lets you choose 4 levels of brightness. Update the firmware. And switch to 3D mode. I assume this lets it accept a signal where each eye is different. I do not know what format it expects in 3D mode (Side by side, alternate frame, etc)The picture quality is quite good and sharp.It personally dug into my head a lot. I have a big head. I used a heat gun and tried to straighten the earpieces. Do not do this unless you have experience and don’t mind the chance of melting your cord or crinkling the shiny finish, mine crinkled. I will be probably using some heat shrink to cover that up.

  5. Arthur

    Bottom part of the screen might be an issue.Quality is good, but a bit shaky due to head movement.Super tight on the head of adult man

  6. Sue McSweeney

    I tried to do some research on these before buying but I guess it wasn’t enough. They appeared to work with a computer but after getting them they don’t appear to have a driver. They show up as Smart Glasses in the device list but there isn’t a driver for them. My phone doesn’t do HDMI so they are basically a paper weight.Very tight fit also. Uncomfortable & will probably break from stretching around my head.

  7. Jayvion W.

    There is an App available on the South African TCL support website. It is called SmartGlasses V1.0.apkMy Galaxy S8 works with the app and Dex mode to use Linux/Chromebook style desktop in the glasses. My Galaxy A70 does not have any Video output capability. But the app did work to change fhe brightness level. I could see the difference only when I plugged it back into my SteamDeck.I recommend an HDMI to USB-C adaptor with power injection because it runs the steam deck down quickly. Use a USB C to HDMI dock or dongle on the deck so you can charge it while you use this.The App lets you choose 4 levels of brightness. Update the firmware. And switch to 3D mode. I assume this lets it accept a signal where each eye is different. I do not know what format it expects in 3D mode (Side by side, alternate frame, etc)The picture quality is quite good and sharp.It personally dug into my head a lot. I have a big head. I used a heat gun and tried to straighten the earpieces. Do not do this unless you have experience and don’t mind the chance of melting your cord or crinkling the shiny finish, mine crinkled. I will be probably using some heat shrink to cover that up.

  8. Sue McSweeney

    I tried to do some research on these before buying but I guess it wasn’t enough. They appeared to work with a computer but after getting them they don’t appear to have a driver. They show up as Smart Glasses in the device list but there isn’t a driver for them. My phone doesn’t do HDMI so they are basically a paper weight.Very tight fit also. Uncomfortable & will probably break from stretching around my head.

  9. charles geis

    If you’re trying to do this secretly then good luck!

  10. Devon Rasch

    I guess it’s cool because you can lay down and code, but the edges of the screen are unseeable and the frames are uncomfortable.

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TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses

TCL NXTWEAR G smart glasses offer immersive cinematic experience.

Highlights
TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses: Lightweight, futuristic design, immersive theater-like experience.
Pros

- Immersive experience
- Wireless connectivity
- Lightweight design

Cons

- Limited device compatibility
- Short battery life

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$299.99

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// DESCRIPTION

The TCL NXTWEAR G Smart Glasses Portable Wearable Dual HD Micro OLED Display 140″ 1080P Cinema is a product that is revolutionizing the way people experience entertainment. With its dual 1080p Sony FHD Micro OLED panels and stereo speakers, these smart glasses provide a cinematic experience that is unparalleled. The glasses create an expanded view that is equivalent to watching a 140-inch screen from 4 meters away, with 47 pixels-per-degree resolution that ensures a crisp and clear display.

The TCL NXTWEAR G smart glasses are designed to be lightweight and portable, weighing only 100g. They come with a USB-C cable that adds only 30g, ensuring a steady connection to your smartphone, tablet, or laptop without needing additional charging. The display follows your motions, allowing for free movement and private viewing anywhere. The smart glasses feature a transparent display for full privacy while still being able to see your surroundings. The frameless design is foldable and skin-friendly, with a deep black and durable exterior that gives it a futuristic look and feel.

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// FEATURES

  • Lightweight and Portable
  • See Surroundings
  • Futuristic Design
  • Protective Smart Glasses Case
  • Compatibility with Multiple Devices
  • Immersive theater-like experience
  • Personalized viewing preference
  • Built-in speaker and microphone
  • Comfortable to wear for extended periods
  • High-quality visuals and audio
  • // SPECS

    Product Dimensions7.09 x 5.91 x 1.57 inches
    Item Weight4.6 ounces
    Item model numberNXTWEAR
    Date First Available2022, September 2
    ManufacturerTCL
    Model #: NXTWEAR
    TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses
    released on September 2, 2022

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    Experience an immersive theater-like experience with TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses. These smart glasses offer a massive 140-inch virtual screen that can be personalized to your viewing preference. Compatible with laptops, smartphones, and gaming consoles, these glasses are perfect for meetings, watching movies, or gaming. The lightweight design and three adjustable nose pads make them comfortable to wear for extended periods, while the built-in speaker and microphone provide crystal clear audio. Enjoy high-quality visuals and audio with TCL NXTWEAR G Glasses.

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