On August 26, Chinese AR device maker Rokid launched its latest product: AR Studio. The set, complete with AR glasses and a computing mainframe, is priced at RMB 8,998 ($1235). Users can interact with the system via glasses, gestures, and voice, eliminating the need to use extra hardware or remote control. Weighing just 76 grams, the Rokid Max Pro glasses refresh at 90Hz and feature a 9-axis IMU gravity sensor with 6DOF (degrees of freedom). The 50-degree field of view (FOV) offers a 215-inch projection area from a maximum distance of 6 meters. Powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2+ Gen1 processor, the Rokid Station Pro mainframe comes with 12GB LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of storage. The mainframe boasts a 48MP Sony IMX586 rear camera, 7620mAh battery, NFC support, and Wi-Fi 6 technology. [IThome, in Chinese]