Google Glass Specs Released

Google has released the specifications for the earliest versions of Google Glass. There’s the obvious stuff, like a 5-megapixel camera and the ability to shoot video at a resolution of 720p, but then there’s also stuff like “bone conduction audio,” which sounds not impressive but downright painful.

Google Glass offers a high resolution display that’s the equivalent of looking at a 25-inch HD screen from eight feet away. The headset supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and has 12 GB of “usable memory” that syncs with Google cloud storage. The battery, which to me is of the utmost importance, will supposedly run for a full day of “typical use.”

Google is reportedly preparing to ship the first set of headsets that will be part of the Explorers program. The company ran a “ifihadglass” and 8,000 participants were chosen to try out Glass in New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. The company has yet to announce a date when the headsets will be available to the general public.

via USA Today

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