The player glasses, which feature Turtle Beach and Oakley icons, will focus on reducing eye fatigue and headphone fit, while also offering numbered lenses to those who want to.
Turtle Beach is starting a new partner, showing it’s an ambitious player in the market by buying player equipment maker Roccat and microphone maker Neat. With Oakley, the player will produce the glasses.
Headphone-friendly and fatigue-reducing
The long time players are on screen, causing fatigue in the eyes. Not to mention that players who have to wear glasses feel uncomfortable when a headset kicks in. Turtle Beach and Oakley focus on these two problems.
The partnership, which aims to reduce eye fatigue with Oakley’s Prism Gaming Lens technology, also aims to ensure that players don’t feel any discomfort with Turtle Beach’s ProSpecs eyewear-friendly headset design.
As part of the partnership, a standard player glasses called Metalink RX were developed. A limited number of Frogskins Lite sunglasses will also be sold. Oakley; He also prepared prism-numbered lenses for glasses. The Frogskins Lite is $166, while the Metalink RX is $219. More player glasses will be on the market in the coming period.