The NXTWEAR S
The NXTWEAR S wearable display eyewear hasn’t changed significantly from its previous versions. Two 1080p Micro OLED displays for each eye are featured in the NXTWEAR S, which equates to a 130-inch screen when viewed from four meters away. This is more than enough space for viewing a movie or playing a game in the automobile or even in your living room. There is a slight bit of inconvenience for the user wearing them because the glasses sit awkwardly far from your face and need a connection to display content from whatever you attach them to. But given that so many things can be done with the NXTWEAR S, that bit is definitely worth it.
The NXTWEAR V
The NXTWEAR V is a stand-alone VR headset. The gadget has a customised TCL display panel, and the helmet has a 108-degree field of view, 4K monitors with 1512 pixels per inch, and passthrough cameras. When the headset is ever made available, it will also include two touch controllers. However, there is a possibility that the NXTWEAR V might not be officially launched anytime soon because, instead of being used by consumers to play Beat Saber, the gadget might end up being utilised by enterprises for training or to create VR workspaces. The display of this headset at the CES is more to show off the company’s talents than to assess desire.
Price & Availability
The wearable display NXTWEAR S will cost $399 and will be available in all the global markets starting in February. It is currently unclear when The NXTWEAR V will be offered for sale.