TCL's NXTWEAR AIR, the company's 2nd-gen wearable glasses adopt dual FHD (1080p) microLED displays (likely produced by Sony, as these were adopted in TCL's 2021 NxtWear G) that create a display experience equivalent to watching a 140" screen from 4 meters. The glasses connect via a USB-C connection for data and power.
The NxtWear Air weight 75 grams, 30% less than its previous generation glasses.
The Shiftall MeganeX are lightweight VR glasses that feature 1.3" 120Hz 2560x2560 OLED microdisplays and achieve an ultra-compact form and weight (250 grams). The display is likely to be made by Kopin and LakeSide Optoelectronics, and if so features Kopin's double-stack OLED architecture.
The MeganeX is based on a Snapdragon XR1 chipset and also supports SteamVR via a USB connection.
The TicWatch Pro X is a Google Wear smartwatch that features dual displays - there is a 1.39" 454×454 AMOLED display (likely produced by BOE), and on top of that there is a transparent FSTN LCD display. The watch uses the LCD (which can last up to 45 days) to conserve power over the AMOLED display (which lasts for up to 4 days).
Other features include a Qualcomm Snapdragon SD4100 , 1GB of RAM, 8 GB of storage and several sensors.
Amazon's Halo View is a fitness tracker that sports a color AMOLED display (Amazon does not disclose the size, but it looks to be around 1.5-inch), haptic feedback, optical heart rate monitor, and skin temperature sensor.
The Halo View costs $79.99, with an optional $4 monthly subsciption for many added features such as body composition, activity intensity, fitness and nutrition programs and more.