5 essential features the perfect smart glasses should have
After using smart glasses from Ray-Ban, Amazon, Soundcore, and Razer, I’ve narrowed down what works and what doesn’t.
Ray-Ban Stories review: Now this is how you make smart glasses
Meta's first smart glasses have Ray-Ban looks, open-ear speakers, two cameras, and easy access to Instagram.
Razer Anzu review: You don't need smart glasses for gaming
Razer's $199 Anzu smart glasses look like Ray-Bans and promise the lowest latency audio for gaming, but our testing reveals there are better alternatives.
Soundcore Frames review: Nobody will call you a 'glasshole'
These smart glasses aren’t just stylish, customizable, and affordable, their “surround sound” audio is surprisingly good, too.
Amazon Echo Frames review: Better than headphones?
There are no built-in cameras in Amazon’s Echo Frames, but the ambient audio and Alexa experience hit on something legitimate.
The state of smart glasses in 2022
Companies like Google, Amazon, and Meta, are all exploring smart glasses concepts. This week on Inverse, we see if any of them are worth it.