Lenovo ThinkReality A3
Lenovo had released the ThinkReality A6 head-mounted AR glasses in 2019, which are relatively bulkier, and have a built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor. The ThinkReality A6 AR glasses, which simplifies the deployment of enterprise AR solutions and enables remote collaboration with other team members.
Yesterday, Lenovo ThinkReality A3 smart AR glasses promotional material was revealed by Twitter blogger WalkingCat. This product was unveiled on Lenovo’s official website, but the page has now been removed and is currently unavailable. But according to the mspoweruser, Lenovo CES 2021 web code also retains the words “ThinkReality A3.”
Mspoweruser states that the product connects to a PC and a Motorola smartphone via a USB-C cable, with a 1080P resolution display module that allows users to view up to five virtual displays. The glasses are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon XR1 platform and can be customized with a more rugged frame. The AR glasses were developed specifically for business users to facilitate remote assistance, guided workflow, design creation, and more.
The glasses are powered by a huge ribbon battery and are replaceable. The picture shows that both eyes of the glasses are equipped with cameras, and the left side of the glasses has a connection slot that users need to use in a wired manner.