You may no longer need a physical TV or entertainment system taking up space in your home to enjoy shows, movies and games. Viture One “extended reality” glasses do the trick nicely, combining classic style with impressive tech. The glasses ($479, $588 with neckband) deliver a visual experience comparable to a 120” TV and can connect with compatible Android devices to stream video. An optional neckband that connects to the frames via magnetic cable comes preloaded with streaming apps for cloud-based play. Viture One, which earned more than $3 million from backers on Kickstarter, will ship in late 2022.
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