Nreal is rolling out its Air augmented reality glasses in the US alongside its AR operating system which the M1 and M2 powered MacBook supports.
The Nreal Air is a pair of lightweight AR glasses and the device is basically for streaming shows and playing games which when tethered to a phone offers a magical viewing experience to smartphone users. Imagine having a 3D view via your phone, that will be amazing. The Nreal light glass is built in OLED screens that present a closeup view measuring a sum of 130-inches from a 3 meters distance with a pixel density as high as 49 pixels per degree and a 90Hz refresh support system.
The MacBook’s version of the Air glasses offers a more picturesque view with a display option compared to the regular ones for Android devices.
The Nreal Air price is up to $379 and will be available via Amazon today. But if you wish to connect it to an iOS, you will need to buy the $59 Nreal adapter.