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Google has announced that anyone will soon be able to buy one of its Glass headsets for a limited time, provided they live in the US and have $1,500 (plus tax) to pay for them. Up until now, access to the Glass Explorer program has been restricted. Around 2,000 units were sold to developers who paid up at Google's 2012 I/O …

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How much will it cost?

How much will it set me back to prevent this from happening?

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Re: How much will it cost?

Wifi/3G/GPS Jammer: £125.

Paintball gun: (no idea).

Opening the hunt for Glassholes: priceless.

For everything else, there is Mastercard

:)

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Beta Invite

I had gotten a beta invite a few weeks back. Kind of glad I did't have the cash to drop on one at the moment, if they're going to be ready for commercial launch soon with a cleaner look.

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Google Glass Mk2, a socket in your neck.

Do you want the blue one or the red one?

What is this for?

(If you down vote this then you've already drunk the Koolade and you don't know where it's going).

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No worries, the first implants will be rectal. Consider it following the path of least resistance..

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I thought..

They had to put 'the pods' in place before moving forward.

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US only?

There must be a stock for sale as well as a stock for research - I read this article a couple of days ago, which seems a worthy go at using Glass as a solution to a medical condition... research being carried out in Newcastle University, but hopefully Google has got behind it so the researchers didn't have to scrounge around for headsets...

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A fool and their money

Are soon parted. How long until the next gadget comes along to make this $1500 farce redundant?

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Surely this was meant to be released on April Fool's Day?

Because they can't possibly expect any sane person to fall for it?

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$1500

about the same price as plebs pay for a subsidsed iPhone on contract over 24 months.

So how come that's not getting ratted out on it's price?

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Re: $1500

duh, because I'm using it as a PHONE and I receive phone calls and mobile data on it.

the Glass needs that paid for ON TOP OF the $1500

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Re: $1500

duh, because I'm using it as a PHONE and I receive phone calls and mobile data on it.

Any phone, without service, is useless unless you're in your parents basement gaffling someone else's wifi.

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I hope they fall off and get run over by a truck.

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RCJ spends a week with Google Glass

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-27018471

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