TCL’s NxtWear G wearable display glasses go on sale in July

TCL says its portable monitor will go on sale in July from Australia for AU$899 (about $680), with more markets to follow. The company was teasing this concept a few years ago and Showed it earlier this year In virtual CES.

TCL calls it the NxtWear G and indicates that it is not a VR or AR device in its current configuration. Instead, it acts as an external display for your mobile device or laptop, with 1080p Micro OLED panels that give the effect of looking at a 140-inch screen.

The portable monitor works with phones, tablets, and laptops that offer USB-C DisplayPort functionality, including the latest MacBooks, iPad Pro, and Samsung S21 series phones. The glasses connect directly to your device and display the content on a 16:9 screen in front of your eyes. Everything, the included cable, weighs 130 grams (4.6 ounces) and the stereo speakers are built into the frames, though TCL recommends wireless headphones or headphones.

Among other global announcements planned at Mobile World Congress, TCL is announcing a new screen sharing feature for its smartphones called Multi-Screen Collaboration. At launch, it will only work with TCL 20 Pro 5G and allow phone owners to wirelessly share files, photos, clipboard content and messages with a Windows 10 compatible laptop or PC.

Photos and videos can also be shared from the phone to the TCL TV. In this mode, the phone acts as a trackpad so that you can move the cursor on the TV screen to select the photos or clips you want to play. TCL says the feature will be available on the 20 Pro 5G via a software update in the coming months.

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Movetime Family Watch 2 is designed for school-age children who are not yet ready to use a smartphone.
Photo: TCL

TCL also introduces another new portable device for kids. Movetime Family Watch 2 is a children’s version of 4G compatible smart watch designed for the elderly. It has a 1.54-inch screen with audio and video calls there is a function of real-time location tracking and geo-fence, an IP65 enclosure and up to seven days of standby time. It will be sold in Europe from mid-August for 149 euros.

Frank Mccarthy

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