After Bose and Amazon, now Razer has hopped on to the audio glasses bandwagon with its Anzu audio glasses. The company has launched the Anzu glasses in two frame variants — square and round — and two size options–43gms and 48gms– also. Razer has priced them at $200.
The glasses come with IPX4 rating which means they are splashproof. There are two types of lens options: one with 35% of blue light filter and the other is the polarized lens type. Since these are audio glasses, they have 16mm audio drivers integrated in the body for sending out output towards your ears. The battery life is claimed to be up to five hours provided you listen at not too high volume levels. And, yes, they have got touch input. There is also an Anzu companion app that lets you do additional things like adjusting the equalizer to tailor the sound as per your listening preference, check the battery status etc.
How cool are these going to be? That could be highly subjective. If you are out for a run with these on, the sound emanating from them may be adequate or adequate as per your listening persona. Sitting in a quiet room and working on a laptop with the Anzu on? Might be a better option considering they have a blue light filter.