Razer Anzu Smart Glasses – Built-in Speakers, Touch Controls with Blue Light Filter

Razer has launched its brand new Razer Anzu smart glasses, the open-ear audio glasses that are touch-enabled and voice assistant compatible as well. This smart glass comes in two different designs and sizes, and is loaded with lots of other features. So, with that being said, let’s take a deep dive at everything Anzu has to offer.

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As we have already mentioned above, Razer Anzu comes in two different frame designs, which are round and rectangular. Each of these frames is further available in two different sizes. As of now, Anzu is available in a single color option and offers two different sets of lenses in the packaging. One of which is perfect for indoor use, as it blocks 35% blue light, while the other one is polarized lenses that protect your eyes from the sun with 99% UVA/UVB protection. Overall, Razer Anzu is comparatively thicker than a regular spectacle but is lightweight as well.


Razer Anzu is available in the US for $199.99 which is roughly around 14,600 rupees. However, Razer has not revealed any details on Anzu’s international availability yet. 


The most significant feature of Razer Anzu is its true wireless audio functionality. It includes in-built speakers and an in-built microphone that are located in the temples of the glasses, that direct sound towards your ears. This means that not only you can stream music through your glasses, but you can also manage your calls, and activate your smartphone’s voice assistant as well. All of these can be managed using the touch controls that are present on the temples of the glass.

Apart from the open-ear audio functionality, Razer Anzu comes with two pairs of lenses. One of them is perfect for indoor use as it filters 35% of the blue light that is emitted from various types of screens, while the other pair is perfect for outdoor use as those are polarized replacement lenses that protect your eyes from the sun with 99% UVA/UVB protection.

Razer Anzu comes with IPX4 water resistance as well, making it splash-proof and protected from sweat.

Other features of Razer Anzu include 5+ hours of battery life with two weeks of standby time and 60ms audio latency for a stutter-free and immersive experience.

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