Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are Good But Overpriced

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Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are Good But Overpriced

Let’s get this out of the way first the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are Good but overpriced at $200 and should instead be $125 here is why.

 They work good, but are limited

 Let us get this straight this is a beta hardware and who ever buys into this is literally a beta tester for the real good or great version of this product that will come out later down the road. I can envision them being lighter, more functional, and above all cheaper!

The current price of $200 is too high for what it brings to the table with decent, but not great sounding speakers. Latency is not bad, but not great enough to play a serious shooter game like CoD Mobile, yet, most players wouldn’t be playing serious CoD Mobile without a headset.

 Build Quality is Not Bad

 I actually like the build quality for what it is. You are not getting a cheap feeling pair of smart glasses, but when you think of the $200 price tag it brings me back to the title of this article Razer Anzu Smart Glasses are Good But Overpriced cause they feel like they are built like a pair of $100-$125 pair of glasses.

 The sound quality outside or inside a loud car is not good enough to listen to voices other than in music and even than as long as it is not vocally focused ones like a opera or something around those lines. Pop, Hip Pop sound good on the Razer Anzu Smart Glasses.

 The blue light filtering glass is good and the sun glass shade lenses are good for dealing with the sun indoors and outdoors so switching between indoors and outdoors won’t be a pain.

 Should You Buy Some?

 Yes and no. If you can find them for less than $200 and want to have a cool gadget than go ahead and buy them you won’t regret it as long as you don’t hate or can’t handle heavy glasses. If you want to play sports like Pickleball they won’t fall down, but you will have to be pushing them up here and there

 If you think they are worth $200 I can say they are not. I personally got them as a gift and I can easily say I would pay $125 for them and if they had better sound quality I would go $150, but $200 is a really hard chew.

 

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