Google Glass was a unprecedented product at Google I/O 2012. Sergey Brin, member of Google X, showed this product as it captivated the media’s perception of the future. The pair of glasses enables you the user to stay up-to-date on all of your news, and a few apps as of now. It features a tiny LCD-screen that is surprisingly quite clear, followed by a 5MP shooter with 720p HD video. Pretty faired out specifications for a unseen concept. It is super simple to use after an hour, and the side touchpad enables the user to navigate through tiles. Tiles are where your content is presented, and each piece of new content you want to view, is added to a new tile. It is quite tedious, but with 12.6GB of storage it is impossible to fill up on just tiles alone in a single day. The camera is quite good, but it takes a bit of time adjusting to where the pictures will be captured at as there’s no viewfinder in camera mode. Overall, the $1500 price tag is hard to see justifiable to most at this time, but to die hard tech-savvy people, this is the start of wearable tech.
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