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Lenovo Legion Glasses: New smart glasses presented at IFA 2023

Lenovo Legion Glasses
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Lenovo also presented a few new ones at IFA 2023 in Berlin Proproducts. Among other things, the Lenovo Legion Glasses. All information about the new glasses can be found here.

The Lenovo Legion Go is a type of augmented reality glasses that can be used as a display for a device. It can be used as a second display on a laptop via its USB-C port, for example. You can read everything else that is known about the Glasses below.


The Lenovo Legion Glasses each come with a so-called micro-OLED display, which offers a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. The refresh rate is 60 Hertz, which is sufficient. The glasses also have built-in speakers. As already mentioned, the user can connect the glasses to their device via USB-C. In addition to Android and Windows, macOS and iPadOS should also be supported.

Lenovo Legion Glasses

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I really liked the design of the glasses because they reminded me of thick sunglasses. Lenovo has also thought of people who wear glasses here, as there is an attachment for them in the scope of delivery.

Prices & Availability

The Lenovo Legion Glasses should appear for 499 euros. However, it has not yet been announced when that will be. After the release, the AR glasses will probably be available from all common electronics stores.

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