ASUS at CES showcases the AirVision M1 Wearable Display, packing a multi-monitor viewing experience in a pair of stylish glasses. It delivers a FHD viewing experience via Micro OLED displays that offers an impressive 1100 nits brightness, and an outstanding 95% DCI-P3 color gamut for unparalleled vividness and detail.

A 57° vertical perspective field of view and 60% transmittance ensure incredibly comfortable viewing. Empowering users with 3 Degrees of Freedom (3DoF) positioning and an intuitive app design, AirVision M1 glasses allow users to pin the screen at a specific location, ensuring heightened control and comfort.

The glasses also provide users with the ability to generate multiple virtual screens in 16:9, 21:9, and 32:9 formats, as well as in landscape or portrait orientation. Prioritizing user well-being, AirVision M1 incorporates TÜV-certified low blue-light and flicker reduction, along with noise-canceling microphones and speakers for immersive audio experiences.

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A built-in sensor detects whether the glasses are being worn by the users, and will automatically turn off the OLED displays to save power. Additionally, an ambient light sensor adjusts brightness once the user puts on the glasses. For privacy, the glasses ensure that interface content stays invisible to others.

The glasses also feature an intuitive touchpad on the left temple, facilitating seamless adjustments such as brightness control, 3D mode activation, and screen pinning. USB-C connectivity with DP Alt mode further ensures compatibility with devices such as ROG Ally and console decks.

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