Sightful Spacetop is the World’s First AR Laptop

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Sightful’s Spacetop AR (Augmented Reality) Laptop provides its user with a 100-inch virtual display and top-notch screen privacy.

Spacetop AR Laptop

Spacetop

The new laptop from Sightful focuses on portability by delivering a totally AR laptop.

The AR laptop can provide you with a 100-inch virtual display that comes with the best way to make your screen private as only you can see the screen floating in the space in front of you so you wouldn’t need to worry about sensitive information leaking.

The laptop is the same size as a 13-inch laptop without the physical display and still comes with a 5MP webcam so you can still join voice calls or meetings online. When folded the laptop is only 10.5 x 9.8 inches in size and weighs as little as 3.3 pounds.

Spacetops AR glasses look similar to sunglasses

The display can be seen through the wired AR glasses that Nreal developed. It features a 53-degree FOV (field of View) paired with a 1080p per eye resolution and has 6 degrees of freedom.

Other features of the Spacetop are as follows:

  • Snapdragon 865 processor
  • 8GB RAM
  • 256GB storage
  • 10 Gbps USB-C ports w/ support for PD 3.0
  • Support for DisplayPort 1.4
  • WiFi6
  • Bluetooth 5.1
  • 5G Sub 6 
  • Battery life estimated to last over 5 hours
  • Spacetop OS based on Android
Spacetop is an AR laptop with no physical screen

Sightful is introducing a limited release of 1,000 Early Access versions of Spacetop, which will be available for purchase at a price of USD 2,000 (around PHP 112,000)

Spacetop is anticipated to be delivered to early adopters in July. To learn more about the AR laptop, click here.

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.

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