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Pre-orders Open For Rokid’s New AR Glasses, The ‘Max’

Second generation augmented reality glasses give a virtual 215-inch boundaryless screen

After previously launching its Rokid Air AR glasses, product platform company Rokid has launched its new next-gen AR glasses named the Rokid Max.

The company’s new AR glasses come with a virtual 215-inch boundaryless screen with a maximum 120Hz refresh rate, giving users a 50% larger display area than the previous generation.

Max also comes with a sophisticated, super slim (18.5mm wide) design, making these birdbath optical Micro-OLED, 1920x1080P AR glasses’ lenses thinner and also reduce frontal light leakage by 90% so those outside your field of vision are limited in what they see on your AR display.

The glasses come with an improved privacy feature that’ll allow users to work, watch a movie or play games without interruption. Users can unlock new realities and bring their imagination to life while leaving no world unexplored.

Hui Du, head of Rokid hardware design centre explained, “Everyone can enjoy stunning image quality, cinematic sound, riveting large-screen gaming experience, and limitless entertainment anywhere they go thanks to our Rokid Max AR glasses.”

Du adds that the Max offers an immersive experience that’ll allow users to take their favourite games and TV shows with them wherever they go.

A portable AR experience

Max uses Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation’s panel for sharper picture quality and at just 0.16 lbs (75g) their lightweight design is even less than predecessors.

The new AR glasses also support seamless diopter adjustment from 0.00 to -6.00, so during the adjustment process, the screen will not become smaller due to adjustment.

With a foldable design, these AR glasses can be carried in a pocket or bag. Since the Max is HDCP compliant, consumers can connect their mobile devices by downloading the Rokid AR app from the Google Play Store.

The Rokid Max are priced at $439 and begin shipping in late April.

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