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Launched in India: Ambrane Glares has built-in speakers and 7-hour battery life

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News Tech: The Indian tech company’s first smart glasses, Ambrane Glares, have been launched. Glare are open-ear audio glasses with speakers built into the frame. The smart glasses also come with Bluetooth v5.1, a dual-lens option that allows you to switch between lenses depending on the environment, and a speaker system.The Indian company claims his 7-hour battery after just two hours of charging. Insist on longevity. The company says the glasses come in both round and square lens shapes and offer UV protection. Ambrane Glares is priced at Rs 9,999 in India. It is currently available for Rs from his website of the company. $4,999 for both round and square with a solid black option.

As mentioned earlier, glasses come in both round and square types. It features a blue light blocking lens for comfortable screen time. A dual lens option allows users to change lenses to suit their environment. Ambrane Glares is UV400 certified and he is said to offer 99.99% protection from UV rays and radiation. According to Ambrane, Ambrane Glares’ hall switch turns on as soon as the glass temple opens. The smart glasses are said to be IPX4 rated for water resistance and offer seven hours of battery life after just two hours of charging.

Specifications of Ambrane GlaresAmbrane Glares comes with a built-in speaker that supports touch controls, mounted on the temple of the glasses (above the ear). It is equipped with a microphone and, according to the company, offers HD surround sound. Users can answer or decline calls, control music playback, and summon voice assistants with touch controls. Ambrane Glares supports Bluetooth v5.1 connectivity and is compatible with both iOS and Android devices.

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