Specs for Google’s wearable technology Glass have finally been revealed. According to the company’s support page that lists tech specs, Google Glass will feature a 5-megapixel camera and bone conduction audio. The Glass can shoot up to 720op video and sports a high-res display that’s said to be equal to “a 25-inch high definition screen from eight feet away.” It’ll support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and come with 12 GB of “usable memory” that can sync with Google’s cloud storage. It’ll also run on a battery that can run for “one full day of typical use.” The report also states that Google is looking to ship out the first set of its Glass devices as part of its Explorers program and that they’ve already picked out 8,000 people to try out the devices. But users must pay $1,500 and travel to either New York, Los Angeles or San Francisco to participate. In case you forgot, these Internet-connected glasses from Google will allow you to check messages, take photos or video and surf the Web by using a variety of voice commands. No word yet on when they will be available to everyone else interested in them.
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