Anker's audio glasses pair swappable frames with 'surround' sound for $200

Anker is jumping into the increasingly crowded world of audio eyewear. The company’s Soundcore brand has introduced Soundcore Frames glasses that promise stealthy music playback and calls. The hook, in this case, is style — Soundcore is offering your pick of ten reasonably fashionable frames you can swap in and out depending on your mood or lens needs, including prescription, polarized and blue light filtering lenses.

You’ll also get “surround” sound with speakers in front of and behind the ears, noise reduction (including an anti-leak private listening mode) and a mix of touch and voice-based controls. You won’t use these all day with 5.5 hours of music listening, although

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