Connect with us

Headlines

Google Glass Makes a Comeback, Gets a Facelift

mm

Published

on

Revamped design targets business customers.

Following the discontinuation of Google Glass last January, the tech giant is bringing its smart eyewear back to life. New enhancements made to the Internet-connected headset include a more durable build, a faster processor, a larger prism (the display where users view content), improved battery life, and a hinge allowing the device to fold, according to a report from 9 to 5 Google.

The tech giant is calling this new version of Glass the “Enterprise Edition,” signaling Google’s desire to make its smart eyewear more appealing to the business segment.

Read more at 9to5Google

Advertisement

SPONSORED VIDEO

SPONSORED BY ESSILOR

Introducing CrizalⓇ Rock™

Did you know three out of four people wipe their lenses on their clothes?* Or that one out of three people accidentally drop their glasses at least once a week?* It's no surprise, then, that 93 percent of wearers consider scratch-resistance an important characteristic when choosing lenses.* To prove the durability of new Crizal Rock lenses, we ran tests inspired by real life situations. To learn more about new Crizal Rock, the most scratch-resistant Crizal No-Glare lenses ever made, visit EssilorPRO.com/Crizal-Rock. *Study conducted by ⒸIpsos - Risky behaviors of eyeglass wearers - consumer quantitative research 2019 - declarative results - USA - n= 2345 eyeglass wearers

Promoted Headlines

Advertisement

Advertisement

Subscribe

INVISIONMAG.COM
BULLETINS

Get the most important news and business ideas for eyecare professionals every weekday from INVISION.

Advertisement

Most Popular