It may sit at the center of a warmed discussion on the future of privacy, but we can't hang on to get our hands on the product known as the Google Glass .
In the meanwhile, we'll settle for news that the device' technical specifications have showed up on the internet in an formal support page, brought to our attention by CNET.
Google Glass, it seems, will come with 16GB of total storage space, 12GB of which will be useful memory, synched with Google reasoning storage space. The system will also feature Wi-Fi and Blutooth connection and a 5MP photographic camera capable of shooting 720p movie.
The Google Glass will be fully flexible and will obviously be able to fit any face. It's Hi-Res display will be the equivalent of a 25 inch high-definition screen from eight feet away.
Interstingly, the product won't have earbeds or headsets and will instead feature something called a Bone Transmission Transducer. According to CNET this piece of components sends sound to the customer's brain by shaking the bone fragments in their ear through their head.
Google Glass will come included with a micro-USB battery charger and feature a full daily worth of power supply lifespan, although some features "like Hangouts and videos, are more power supply intensive".
There's no release date declared together with these requirements. We continue to hang on with bated breath.
Source : CNET
Source : CNET