The latest audio glasses are made by Anker or their brand, Soundcore. Like it or not, device manufacturers are investing in it to become a popular wearable in the coming years, even if it's not as forward-looking or attractive as augmented reality glasses.
Anker is the latest manufacturer to join the competition to make smart glasses that can be more widely accepted than the original application. Today, the company's Soundcore subsidiary launched Soundcore Frames, which it says keeps you stylish while allowing you to listen to music, make phone calls and still be able to hear other sounds around you. At the same time, those around you do not realize that you are listening to music.
Soundcore Frames is the company's first foray into a crowded space. However, at $199.99 (€14,149.99 in the UK, €179.99 in the EU, and $249 in Canada), they have a good fighting chance as the Amazon Echo Frames ($249.99) or the Bose Frames and Razer Anzu at the same price will be. Smart Glasses You can choose from ten different frame designs, but the massive side arms will only be available in glossy black.