A Hong Kong-headquartered smart eyewear company has come out with a groundbreaking development in wearable tech — the first smart glasses powered by the most recent version of ChatGPT. In late June, Solos Technology revealed that they had unveiled the AirGo Vision, which is integrated with ChatGPT-4o. The development comes after the company’s Solos AirGo 3 smart glasses received the world’s leading generative AI’s capabilities to translate speech to and from a user’s language of choice via the glasses’ built-in microphone and speakers.

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The AirGo smart glasses comply with USB-C charging standards and the frames can be changed.

Last year, the Solos AirGo 3 the glasses won the Hong Kong Smart Design Award in the Gifts category, thanks to trademarked features like SmartHinge that allows users to swap out frames, and Advanced Open-ear Whisper technology that provides 360 spatial audio and industry-leading sound level output. The smart glasses have a dedicated app, Solos AirGo, that includes ChatGPT integration so that users can engage in voice-based conversations with the generative AI and cultivate healthy habits that help them achieve their fitness objectives.

Another standout feature is that when users opt out of using the front camera, the glasses continue to maintain all smart functionality, apart from the camera. The temples of AirGo glasses have touch sensors on the left temple, so that users can control volume levels. Single-tapping the control just behind the hinge of the glasses allows users to play or pause music, while double-tapping allows them to access the voice assistant. The glasses comply with global USB-C charging standards and have a IP67 waterproof rating — making them dust-tight and water-resistant up to a depth of about 3 feet for up to 30 minutes.

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Image credits: Solos Technology

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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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