Lenovo’s ThinkReality A3 AR headset shows up to 5 screens simultaneously

Lenovo presented the ThinkReality A3 at this year’s CES virtual technology fair. Lenovo targets business users who need to project up to five screens simultaneously for higher productivity, with the ThinkReality A3.

AR smart glasses with full HD video

The AR Headsets are equipped with two built-in 1080p screens and a powerful processor. The glasses are also equipped with an 8-megapixel camera with support for full HD video. The camera gives a user the option to let someone else watch from a distance. Furthermore, the ThinkReality A3 is equipped with eye-tracking, these types of cameras follow the eyes of the wearer to the millimeter. Eye-tracking makes it possible to lock a screen in the users field of view and let it move in the viewing direction, for example.

Lenovo ThinkReality A3


One large screen or 5 small

According to Lenovo, AR glasses can display different sizes of screens. From one large screen to five individual screens. If the carrier uses multiple separate screens, it makes editing photos and videos a lot easier, because you can easily add something from one screen to another.

Lenovo ThinkReality A3 use case

ThinkReality A3 works with computer and smartphones

The ThinkReality A3 connects via USB-C to a computer or a Motorola phone, a Lenovo brand. According to Lenovo, the glasses are part of the next generation of AR solutions “Lightweight, powerful and versatile. The ThinkReality A3 improves employees’ ability to do more ”. Said Jon Pershke, Lenovo Vice President. The Lenovo A3 glasses are very similar to the Qualcomm Reference design.

The Lenovo ThinkReality A3 will be on sale in a limited number of countries from mid-2021. Whether the AR glasses will also be marketed in the Netherlands is still unknown, as is the price of the new AR headset.

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