ASUS Redefines the Future of Eyewear Tech with their New AirVision M1
by: The Beat Asia
January 19, 2024
Get ready to experience the future of wearable tech that seamlessly blends work and play as ASUS unveils the AirVision M1, a groundbreaking wearable display set to redefine the tech landscape.
Imagine having extra display space without the need for physical screens – perfect for business travellers, multitaskers, or those vying for the family room TV.
The AirVision M1 device stands out with its 1080p Micro OLED display, providing an impressive 57-degree field of view and built-in speakers for an immersive experience. With a seamless USB Type-C connection, it links effortlessly to phones or computers, offering a DisplayPort for content delivery and customizable virtual screens.
Designed for comfort, the display incorporates ASUS Eye Care tech, minimizing flicker and reducing blue light exposure. The 1100-nit peak brightness ensures clarity even in well-lit environments. The 57° vertical field of view offers a natural visual angle, providing a bright digital image while maintaining connection to the real world.
ASUS has embedded the display to keep content private, ensuring that only the user can see what's on the screen. The device's robust eye care tech is poised to meet TÜV Rheinland certification standards.
The AirVision M1's capabilities extend beyond a simple display. With 3 degrees of freedom positioning, users can pin virtual screens, facilitating easy interaction with laptops, notes, or colleagues. The Windows app allows the setup of multiple virtual screens, providing a flexible and expansive virtual workspace.
Control is at your fingertips with a multi-function touchpad on the frame, offering seamless adjustments, content control, and even a 3D mode. An embedded sensor conserves power by turning off the screen when the glasses are not worn.
Equipped for private remote conferencing, the AirVision M1 features noise-canceling microphones and speakers, ensuring clear communication in any environment.
Inside the box, ASUS includes various accessories – two nose pads, a light shield, prescription lens options, and a cleaning cloth. The USB Type-C port, cleverly hidden in the frame, powers the device and accepts a display signal, providing compatibility with a range of devices.
Stay tuned to find out more about this new product by checking out the ASUS site here.
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