The future of personal computing or a toy? We like to think of Google Glass ($1,500) as a little bit of both. The eye frame computer gives users an in front of the eye display that allows them to do computing tasks on the move, just like they would if they were in Star Trek. The device works by voice commands and head movements, and allows those using it to browse the internet, make calls, listen to music, watch movies, and have a heads up mapping system.
Packing a Broadcom 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g Wi-Fi radio that is coupled with a Bluetooth + LE module, Google Glass is flat out cool, although you may not be when nodding your head and talking to yourself in the street.
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