Lucyd Loud 2.0 are the smart glasses that play music and take calls
Smart glasses don’t have to break the bank.
Glasses have pretty much been the same for the last decades, without technology changing them all that much. Other than Google Glass and similar projects focusing on smart glasses, there has yet to be a revolution that makes glasses a true technological object that enhances their functionality.
That is, if you do not count the novel Lucyd Loud 2.0. Produced by the brand Lucyd, which was crowdfunded back in 2017, these innovative glasses are Bluetooth-enabled and have their own built-in speakers, making it possible for the glasses to connect to any iOS or Android smartphone and play music, take calls, and access the smartphone’s voice assistant.
The glasses can be purchased with no prescription, or with a normal or progressive prescription. The kind of lens can also be chosen by the user, from clear, to sunglass lens (polarized lenses are also an option), transitional, silver mirror, blue light blocking, and haze master yellow.
The Lucyd Loud 2.0 glasses feature a touchpad for controlling the Bluetooth functionalities, including voice assistant, music track searching, and call answering
Their battery is capable of handling up to 8 hours of playback and calls and can be charged via a universal micro USB charging port. The glasses automatically power when Bluetooth is disconnected.
In addition to the configurations mentioned above, the glasses come standard with anti-reflective clear or UV400 polarized mirror sunglass lenses. All glasses also include a folding hard case.
The price of the Lucyd Loud 2.0 glasses is also a very positive point, clocking at $99 in their most basic version. This makes these new smart glasses quite affordable, not only for those aiming to have a new cool gadget but also for those who really need glasses and are looking to enhance their current dull ones.
The Lucyd Loud 2.0 will be available starting May 10 and can be purchased from Lucyd’s website.
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