When I got my Razer P7 smart glasses on the day they were announced, I was thrilled to find that the company had invested a lot of time into creating an incredibly comfortable and comfortable pair of glasses.
But after wearing them for two weeks, I started noticing some really strange behavior.
I started getting my phone out of the glasses, which wasn’t the case with other smart glasses I’ve worn.
The phone was often in the way, not just because of the glass but also because of my thumb.
I would have to use both my index and middle fingers to interact with the phone.
Razer has made some pretty good improvements in the past, but the smart glasses that came with the P7 are really not that good.
In fact, when I tested them with the latest version of the Razer SmartGlass SDK, I noticed that they made the phone more uncomfortable.
This isn’t the first time I’ve seen problems with the smart glass in a smart headset.
In September, I wrote about my experience with the Samsung Gear S3 smart glasses.
The company fixed a number of these problems, but it still didn’t solve the issue of my phone getting in the glass.
The problem wasn’t with the glasses themselves; it was with the way they worked.
It was easy to get my phone in the headset, but this was problematic because it made it difficult to make the phone disappear into the headset itself.
When the phone was in the box, it was a bit like you had a second phone on your head.
When you turned on the phone, the screen would flicker, and it was very distracting.
This problem didn’t just affect the Gear S1, but other smart headsets I’ve tried as well.
I don’t know if this is an issue with the GearS3 or an issue in the Razer SDK; the only way I could confirm it was that it worked on the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Pro.
Razer says it has fixed the issue, but if you’ve tried to get the phone out in the Gear app or the Gear apps, you may still have to manually close the phone and turn it off.
And there’s no simple fix for this.
You can try the Gear Manager app and the Razer Gear app, which has a few options for trying to fix the issue.
But it’s not clear that any of these solutions work in all cases.
You have to make sure the headset is plugged in properly, you have to turn the phone off when you’re not using it, and you have a device you can’t just pull out.
This doesn’t work in every situation.
And it’s still not the only problem with the Razer smart glasses, and the problem doesn’t stop with the headset.
Razer’s glasses don’t always work with the same hardware as Samsung’s Gear smartwatches.
While I have a Gear S2, a Gear 2 PRO, and a Gear VR, the P2 glasses are not compatible with the new Gear VR.
While this may be because Razer doesn’t want to use the same sensors for both the Gear VR and the P1 glasses, it’s also because the glasses don