PHOENIX – Google Glass has been circling around the tech world for quite some time. The Google Company made an attempt at launching it in 2014 but after a poor review, they discontinued it in 2015.
Now, Google has officially announced that the product is out of their “moonshot factory” and into Google’s family of products.
The augmented reality headset is officially called the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2. A bit of a mouthful, we know.
According to the company, the glasses have an improved processor, a new artificial intelligence engine, an improved camera, a longer battery life and are fast charging. With a $999 price tag, the glasses are about $500 cheaper than the earlier version.
Google Glass is not available to everyone, yet. They are currently being used by business customers only.
They resemble a mix between a pair of framed glasses and a pair of high school science class goggles. Plus, they have a little screen that drops down in front of one of the lenses.
It is not clear when they will be available for everyone, but when they are, we can all have a little Tony Stark moment.