I actually thank Google for not having them built in asia we need jobs here. So many butthurt company's want to make top dollar per item. There part of the problem with today's economy thank you Google
I'd be curious about trying them out, and probably would want to buy one down the line, once the price has settled, and tech matured.
I can see these taking a foothold in some kind of business oriented sector or for like fire-fighters and cops. But does Google really expect this to take off? I love the tech, but I don't see many people wanting to walk around with it always on their face, and the ease of taking your phone out of your pocket to check something vs putting on glasses doesn't help either. I hope I'm wrong though...
That's a good move on Google's part for sure. Hopefully it pays off in the business model as well as good will.
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