28 Jan '14, 8pm

More chic, less geek?

More chic, less geek?

is getting a major facelift. On Tuesday, Google announced that the latest iteration of its Internet-connected eyewear will include four new options for prescription-friendly frames, along with three new shapes for detachable sunglasses. In addition, the technology giant has struck a deal with optical-health insurer VSP to subsidize the corrective lenses, which will cost an additional $225 on top of Google Glass’s $1,500 base price. The shades are available for an extra $150. “This marks the next phase in the evolution of Glass as we move towards a wider consumer launch later in 2014,” Google says in a statement.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/google-glass-adds-prescription-l...

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