Google Glass has been an interesting ride so far. Pricing for the Google Glass Explorer Edition starts at $1,500 with a hefty 8.75% tax tacked on is by far from easy to afford. These glasses can do six functions out of the box with XE7. These features include making phone calls, sending text messages, live video hangouts with Google+, taking photos, recording videos, and GPS navigation. These features work via voice recognition, which works quite well. Today, Phone Arena is reporting that the consumer edition of Google Glass will cost around $300. This includes the part prices, and the profit Google would be making. For consumers, this is perfect as it is just more than a few smart watches, but less that a smartphone. Glass tethers to your via Bluetooth and it is pre-dominantly tailored to Android users, but it works with iOS. Overall, we’ll know later this year or early 2014 when/how much Google Glass will cost.
What do you think of Google Glass costing $300? Is this perfect for you? Or do you think this is too expensive for being an accessory to your phone? Let me know in the comments below!