ASUS unveils AirVision M1 wearable display for enhanced productivity

ASUS AirVision M1 Wearable Display

ASUS has introduced the AirVision M1, a wearable display that aims to provide users with extra screen space without the need for a physical monitor. The device, which can be worn like a pair of glasses, is designed for individuals who require additional display real estate while on the go or in confined spaces. The Micro OLED display technology delivers a full HD (1080p) resolution with a peak brightness of 1100 nits, ensuring clear visibility even in well-lit environments. ASUS emphasizes eye comfort with features such as reduced flicker and blue light exposure, with the intention of obtaining TÜV Rheinland certification.

One of the notable features of the AirVision M1 is its 57° vertical field of view, offering users a more expansive view of the real world while maintaining a bright digital image. Privacy is also a priority, as the embedded display ensures that content remains visible only to the wearer. The device incorporates ASUS Eye Care technology to enhance eye comfort during extended usage.

The AirVision M1 connects to your device via USB Type-C port hidden in the frame

Moreover, the AirVision M1 stands out with its advanced virtual screen capabilities, enabled by 3 degrees of freedom positioning. Users can pin a virtual screen to stay in a specific location relative to the device, allowing seamless interaction with other elements in their workspace. The Windows app further expands functionality, enabling users to set up multiple virtual screens with various aspect ratios and modes. The Motion Sync feature ensures smooth transitions as users switch focus between virtual displays.

To facilitate easy control, ASUS has integrated a multi-function touchpad into the left side of the frame. The touchpad allows users to start or pause content, select virtual screens, adjust brightness, and more. Additionally, the AirVision M1 includes noise-canceling microphones and speakers for private remote conferencing.

The AirVision M1 connects to your device via USB Type-C hidden in the frame. It supplies both power and display signal to the wearable display unlike the upcoming Apple Vision Pro, which requires an external battery. The lightweight USB Type-C offers compatibility with laptops, smartphones, or consoles that support DisplayPort Alt Mode. Overall, the AirVision M1 aims to redefine portable displays by combining comfort, privacy, and advanced features in a wearable format.

ASUS AirVision M1
Source: ASUS

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