Google has already started offering the Glass Explorer edition through the Play Store in the US. The selling price for the Google Glass Explorer edition is estimated at $1500. Upon purchase, customers are also given the chance to choose complimentary frames for their Google Glass. Accessories for the Google Glass Explorer addition can also be purchased, and it includes shades, frame, earbuds, etc.
The Google Glass Explorer edition runs Android 4.4 (KitKat), which enables it to connect with the iPhone and Android smartphones with the use of MyGlass app. The app works with devices running Android 4.03 and up. As for iOS, the device works for iOS 7 and above. It also features a 5MP camera with 720p capability of shooting videos, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Bluetooth, and 12GB of user-accessible memory, and can be synced to Google Cloud. The Google Glass can be controlled through the use of voice recognition or by its trackpad. Google Glass is available in 3 different colors: black, blue, and white.
The Glass device offered is considered as a “wearable” type for consumers, but it doesn’t mean that it will for mass production as there are still some improvements to be done. Aside from that, there are also sources stating that the mass production of the wearable would be offered at a much lower selling price. The Google Glass was first sold earlier this year via the UK Google Play Store and was also valued at around £1,000 for its selling price.
Additionally, you can also visit for a demo at one of basecamps in San Francisco, Los Angeles or New York.