Meet the 200$ Anzu Smart Glasses from Razer with Wireless Audio and Bluelight Filter

Anzu glasses have touch control for managing audio, making voice & video calls, & activating voice assistants, omnidirectional microphone is built into frame

Razer is known for its sophisticated gaming and tech products. Now, it has ventured into the field of smart glasses. Anzu, the suave and high-tech smart glasses is Razer’s latest offering. The smart glasses are built using wireless audio technology allowing users to listen to music and make voice calls. These smart glasses are very similar to the Amazon Echo Frame or the Bluetooth Audio Sunglasses from Bose.


The Anzu smart glasses are available in only a single color variant of black. Built using a water-resistant IPX4 design, they are available in two frame designs. A rectangular design and a circular one, both available in small size and large size. In terms of the built, the glasses look a little bulky compared to others, but they do not look ugly.

The glasses have speakers fitted inside the structure of the frame near the temple area. The open ear design transmits sounds at a latency of 60ms from the temple area. The glasses have touch control for managing audio, making voice and video calls, and activating voice assistants. The omnidirectional microphone, which is built into the frame makes it easy for users to go hands-free. The touch input areas are located at the side too, along with a status indicator.

The glasses come with two sets of lenses for different uses. The 35% blue light filtering lenses keep the eyes safe and prevent them from getting strained. On the other hand, the polarized replacement lenses offer up to 99% UVA/UVB protection.

The glasses are pretty easy to use and automatically turn on once the temple area is ‘opened’ and turn off when they are closed. The given lenses can also be switched out for prescription lenses. They can be charged with the help of a USB Type-A charging cable. Two charging ports are located on each side of the glasses. The glasses run for 5 hours on a single charge and save energy when not in use by automatically turning off as mentioned.

In the box, a carrying case, cleaning cloth, USB-A cable, 99% UVA/UVB protective polarized sunglass replacement lenses, and the Anzu Smart Glasses with 35% blue light filtering lenses pre-installed are provided.


The Anzu smart glasses are available for 200$ or approximately Rs. 14,667.


The smart glasses are available only in the USA currently. They can be bought from the official Razer website only. At the moment, the glasses are sold out. When the glasses will be restocked has not been mentioned on the website.

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