Lenovo launches a new pair of smart glasses

Called the Lenovo Glasses T1



Are smart glasses still interesting? Lenovo seems to think so. During its IFA 2022 presentation, the company unveiled a new pair of eyewear, the Lenovo Glasses T1, for those who want screens glued to their peepers.

Though the glasses seem like something you can use to control content, it’s actually more of a display for those who prefer privacy. Specifically created to fight against prying eyes peeking over your shoulder, the Lenovo Glasses T1 are meant to offer a more secure way to enjoy content.

However, despite the wearable’s purpose, it still prioritizes video quality for discerning users. Armed with a micro-LED screen, the device supports color richness and a super-high contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Also with lower power consumption, the wearable is perfect for watching videos and streaming video games without completely eradicating a connected device’s battery in an instant.

It also offers a lot of connectivity options with USB-C and Lightning connectors. It has a set of swappable nose clips, adjustable arms, and support for prescription lenses.

Currently, the wearable does not have a price tag yet. However, it is set to go on sale in China (marketed as the Lenovo Yoga Glasses) starting in late 2022. Other markets will get the wearable sometime next year.


Pixel Watch blends the best of Google and Fitbit

Customizable and durable



Back in May, Google announced the Pixel Watch. However, though the announcement was more than official, a lot more was reserved for today’s Made by Google event. Now that the event has come and gone, it’s time to shine the spotlight on the new wearable.

Durable and customizable

Much like the Pixel 7 series, the Pixel Watch focuses on personalization. With a unique band attachment mechanism that mimics a camera lens, you can easily switch between different bands while staying comfortable and secure. It also comes with 20 band choices already in the slate coming today and through sprint next year.

As for the watch face, users will have access to 19 watch faces. Each of which comes with its own personalization options, making for a plethora of variability.

Meanwhile, the watch itself stays durable and seamless with a circular 3D domed glass, sporting water and dust resistance. A tactile crown also adds more functionality for users.

Made by Google (and Fitbit)

Inside the smartwatch, the Pixel Watch melds the best of software from Google and Fitbit. Users can easily access most of a smartphone’s functions without the phone itself. Powered by Wear OS 3.5, the watch comes with Google Assistant, Home, Calendar, YouTube Music, among others. Regardless, it will still come with Fast Pair, which seamlessly transfers what you’re doing to your smartphone.

Meanwhile, the Pixel Watch is also the first one to integrate Fitbit as well. It works just as well as a Fitbit watch while still offering the same versatility as a lifestyle one. The watch adds in advance heart rate tracking and sleep tracking.

For emergencies, the watch will come with an emergency SOS feature to automatically alert authorities during critical situations. It will also ship with fall detection, a feature which will come sometime next year.

It will last for up to 24 hours. Plus, it will charge up to 50 percent in just 30 minutes.

Price and availability

The Pixel Watch is available for pre-orders now. It will start shipping and appearing in stores on October 13. It will sell for US$ 349. Customers will get three free months of YouTube Premium and Fitbit Premium.

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Hermès Apple Watch Series 8: Unboxing and Full Set-Up

What makes it different from the regular Apple Watch though?



If you’ve been fond of GadgetMatch for quite a while now, you would know that Michael Josh is a big Apple Watch user.

From having to experience several Watch Series up until the Watch Ultra, to having various bands, he now has the most expensive Apple Watch in the Series 8 lineup in his hands.

In this video, he unboxes the most expensive Apple Watch ever — the Hermès Apple Watch Series 8.

To give you the full experience, he’ll also dive into the nitty-gritty of what makes it different and more special than the regular Watch Series 8.

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Apple Watch Ultra Unboxing and Review (Part 1)

Is it really worth your hard-earned savings?



After several years of waiting, an Apple Watch dedicated for explorers, adventure-seekers, and elite athletes is finally here!

Lo and behold, the new Apple Watch Ultra.

While just being a first product of its kind, it actually offers features that can rival its popular competitors.

But is it worth your hard-earned money considering its price tag starts at a whopping US$ 799 / S$ 1199 / ₱53,990?

Watch how Michael Josh unwraps the new watch in the latest Apple Watch Ultra Unboxing and First Review.

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