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Browse the latest AR Glasses compatible with XRAI Glass



Experience unparalleled comfort with the XREAL Air augmented reality glasses, featuring a 3-position adjustment system for a perfect fit.

   Basic 3D Mode 


Prices starting from $379.00
Available internationally from Amazon US & JP



Versatility meets style with the TCL NXTWEAR S augmented reality glasses, featuring removable shades for seamless indoor use.

   Basic 3D Mode


Prices starting from $424.00
Available from Amazon JP & Selfridges UK


Rokid Max

Elevate your visual experience with the Rokid Max augmented reality glasses, offering superior screen clarity and myopia adjustment for eyeglass wearers.

   Basic 3D Mode


Prices starting from $439.00
Available internationally from Rokid US

What's the difference?

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Rokid Max

Low Blue Light
In-Built Microphone
Prescription Lens Compatible
Single Sign-On
Adjustable Diopter
Removeable Shades
Resolution 3840 x 1080 3840 x 1080 3840 x 1080 (HD)
Weight 79g 82g 75g
Arm Width 5mm 7mm -
Head Width 120 - 186mm 150 - 200mm -
Connection Wired Wired (Magnetic)(R) Wired
Android 11+ 11+ 11+
iOS with adapter with self-powered adapter with wireless adapter


How it works

Getting started is as easy as one, two, see


Step one

Download the free XRAI Glass app
today on either your Android
or iOS device.


Step two

Get your hands on a pair of augmented reality glasses from one of our chosen partners.


Step three

You're ready to go! Experience
real-time subtitles, translation, an AI assistant, and much more.

Enhance your experience

Compatible hardware accessories to improve your experience


Razor Sieren BT

Improve speech capture and reduce background noise with this bluetooth microphone, capable of capturing conversations up to 10m away.

XRAI Glass Prescription Lenses

Prescription Lenses

We've partnered with Lensology, who provide custom prescription lens inserts designed for the Nreal Air augmented reality glasses.


Emeet Luna

Filter out the noise, even in a crowded room. This 360º conference speaker
has a multi-microphone array, capturing conversations for 12 or more people.

Frequently asked questions

The most important questions answered about our compatible AR Glasses

Do I need a pair of AR Glasses to use XRAI Glass?

If you are interested in trying XRAI Glass now, you can download the free basic mode app on iOS and Android  devices. Once you have tried basic mode, we highly recommend purchasing a pair of AR glasses to experience the full power of XRAI Glass.

What is an adjustable diopter?
Adjustable diopters are lenses that can be changed to help you personalize the focusing power of your AR glasses to see better. They are useful for people who have different eye prescriptions, or for people who need to wear different strengths of glasses for different activities.

The Rokid Max AR Glasses include an adjustable diopter of 0.00D to -6.00D. This means that you can adjust the strength of the lenses to match your eye prescription. This will help you to see clearly without having to wear any inserts or wear your glasses over the AR glasses.
How do prescription lenses work?

Prescription lens inserts provided by our partners at Lensology allow you to use a pair of augmented reality glasses without having to wear your prescription glasses. Lensology currently provides off-the-shelf prescription lenses for the XREAL Air AR glasses, with custom options for the TCL NXTWEAR S and Rokid Max available on request.

Why is the arm width important?

The arm width of AR glasses is measured from the thickest part of the arm where the glasses touch your ear. People with hearing aids may experience discomfort if the arm width is too wide. It is always best when possible to try on a pair of AR glasses before buying them, especially if you have hearing aids.

What does single sign-on mean?

While all of our compatible AR glasses require a companion app to run AR subtitles,  XREAL Air users must create a secondary account on their AR platform, Nebula. For those who want to limit the number of accounts they have, the companion apps for Rokid Max and TCL NXTWEAR S do not require additional logins to activate AR mode.

What's the difference between connections?

Currently, all AR glasses compatible with XRAI Glass use a wired connection between your phone and the glasses. 

The TCL NXTWEAR S features a magnetic, wired connection on the glasses (on the right-hand side), which can sometimes cause slight discomfort for users with a cochealer implant or hearing aid.

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Join our growing community of global users and experience the magic of XRAI Glass today - either on your phone or in augmented reality.