Google Glass assessment | Engadget




Google Glass is a headset with a projected display screen, a camera and a info connection that could revolutionize the cellular unit marketplace. It has also prompted a general public uproar around privacy concerns. Is the possible well worth the risk?
» Subscribe To Engadget Currently: http://bit.ly/YA7pDT
» Check out More Google Glass Movie In this article: http://goo.gl/i9p46
» Read extra right here: http://goo.gl/fFyW9

Engadget presents the web’s finest purchaser electronics & gizmos protection. Launched in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor and co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget now handles the newest cellular equipment, pcs, TVs, laptops, personal electronics, components, tablets and cameras. Engadget’s movie assets is a portion of the AOL On Network.

Get More Engadget:
Read: http://engt.co/YZHYeP
Like: http://on.fb.me/YZI4mL
Stick to: http://bit.ly/YFfj0L


37 thoughts on “Google Glass assessment | Engadget

  1. R.I.P Google glasses check out new Microsoft glasses its like beautiful world full of holograms

  2. I found a used google glass on amazon for about $900 and I am thinking about buying it to go with my pebble time.

  3. wad abt ppl having power on their eyes and don't prefer contacts…google will loose out a ton of potential customers due to this…

  4. It's like the new apple watch. Nice device but needs more work before I throw my hard earned money away

  5. Honestly, once I saw that legendary video game collection behind this guy, I stopped listening & tried to see how many of these games I have myself…lol

  6. Interesting tech, but it seems, quite frankly, pointless! How hard is it to get out your phone for nav when walking, or listen when driving? Now wonder this tech failed.

    And what were you saying at the end? You had an interesting experience where you could see your wife's face? Im pretty sure you dont need Google Glass to do that.

  7. The one biggest issue with google glass is you look like a complete twat wearing one

  8. So I misunderstood this thing's capabilities; I didn't realize it had no cellular data connection or GPS of it's own.  Basically you need it tethered to your phone, is that correct?
    Oh and 6:42; someone wearing Google Glass would never say those words.

  9. i like it but the thing is that technology is going never stoping so you will use it and after three month it will be the old model so ya its no any body fault but it is the companies they don't wait the best company is apple every year this is all i could say

  10. its too expensive and doesnt even do very much but tell you the weather and take a video or picture…. and the quality of those videos or pictures arent even good. i wont be buying anytime soon, they better up the anty

Comments are closed.