Check Out the World's Sleekest Virtual Reality Glasses

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Dlodlo's V One virtual reality glasses

Dlodlo's Glass V1 virtual reality glasses (Courtesy of Shenzen Dlodlo Technologies Co)

You're not a steel welder. So then why would you want to look one by putting on such big, cumbersome goggles to experience virtual reality? Chinese company Dlodlo doesn't think you should have to. As an alternative, they offer their Glass V1.

Aside from looking much cooler, these 4-ounce beauties function better too. For instance, they offer a wide 110-degree field of view, along with a fast 120Hz refresh rate and resolution twice that of Full HD.

But best of all, they'll produce stereoscopic 3D games and movies without requiring a PC. Their accompanying D-Box interface runs on Android, but works with any Bluetooth-compatible gadgets, including computers, speakers and portable gaming devices. So you've essentially got your own dizziness-, lag- and distortion-free virtual reality theater on-the-go.

Although we haven't been able to find them on sale anywhere, we'd been told back in spring that they'll go for $699 when released. And perhaps because they attended CES Asia, as you can see in the video, we'll get a chance to check them out in person in a couple of weeks at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas.