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Lenovo ThinkReality A3

Lenovo ThinkReality A3
  • Resolution

    1920 x 1080 (per eye)

  • Weight

    130 g

Description
Our Lenovo ThinkReality A3 AR glasses are designed to be lightweight and comfortable, so you can stay immersed in the augmented world for hours on end. Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 built-in CPU, our glasses offer resolution up to 1080 px for high-quality immersion that’s perfect for gaming or watching movies. And with room scale capability, you can explore your surroundings in a whole new way!
Specification
Sizing
Weight
130 g
Other
Built in Microphone?
YES
Voice Command?
YES
Display Port?
YES
USB?
YES
Room Scale?
YES
Display
Resolution
1920 x 1080 (per eye)
Overview
Category
AR Glasses
Model Name
ThinkReality A3
Country of Origin
China
Brand
Lenovo
Release Date
2021
Reviews of the Lenovo ThinkReality A3
Rated 4.1 / 5 from 3 Reviews
A desktop on the go
xda-developers.com
The ThinkReality A3 is far more interesting, because it’s a new concept. It’s something that I’d find tremendously useful on the road, as I do frequently feel limited by a single, smaller screen. The bigger issue is that it’s just not stable, at least in my experience. And on top of that, there’s simply no easy way to find solutions to your problems with the ThinkReality A3. While I loved it while using it, I’d never take it on the road because I don’t have the level of confidence I’d need that it would work when I need it to. I do hope this gets better through software and firmware updates. The potential is there and the product is really useful; it just needs to work better.
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ThinkReality A3 AR Glasses Review
labfreq.com
  • - 4.1
Lenovo has done a wonderful job with the ThinkReality A3 AR Frames, from the build and weight to the execution of the platform. They currently work with ThinkPad models with dedicated graphics chips and the Moto G100, but there’s no reason this awesome headset couldn’t work with most modern smartphones and PCs. It’s that good.
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Enterprise AR is outperforming consumer AR
onmsft.com
The A3s are a tech enthusiasts dream but realistically, their wired connection to operate a quasi-desktop setup through virtual imagery still is not very practical. The same goes for using the ultra-specific Moto G100 with the A3s to walk around looking at Twitter and YouTube while getting the morning coffee still requires the use of one hand and a phone, not too dissimilar from our current use case scenarios.
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