Google Glass Goes On Sale Outside The US


Ahead of Google’s I/O developer conference, which kicks off this Wednesday, Mountain View has opened up sales of its augmented reality wearable goggles, Glass, to people outside the US.

This follows Glass being opened up to general indifference anyone in the U.S. to buy, not just select inviteesback in April. But this is the wearable’s first international foray.

Specifically Brits with a hankering to stick Mountain View’s voice-controllable heads-up display on their faces can now do so — provided they’re willing to shell out a cool grand (£1,000) for the privilege of becoming a Google-powered human camcorder. Truly there are cheaper ways to weird out your friends.

Glass is up for grabs in the UK via Google Play. It’s still the Explorer Edition — aka the beta version for earlier adopters. Which, in any case, is evident from the crazy pricing. Heck, Glass is more expensive than the Amazon Fire Phone

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