Google will offer Glass to anyone that’s interested in the device on April 15 for the full $1,500 Explorer price. For that price, you will get the version 2 Glass hardware, as well as a free frame or shade. But with the consumer release looming in the not-so-distant future, who should actually take the plunge and purchase this expensive beta test?
This question is asked far too often. Google has been shipping the Explorer Edition of Glass for almost a year now, and it seems as if people are still confused as to whether or not the device is for them. At $1,500, you would think that deciding whether or not to jump on the latest-technology bandwagon would be a non-problem for most people. But, alas, Google has seemingly graced us with hundreds of spare Glass invites, and everyone and their mom seems to be wondering whether or not they should buy the device. It is pretty cool, after all. Continue reading “Should I get Google Glass? We’ve got the answer in Venn diagram and flow chart form”
Although still in its “Explorer” stage and so not yet available on the market, 24% of Americans are already keen to purchase the device – with 13% saying they definitely want it and another 11% claiming they’d buy it if the initial reviews are favorable.
That’s amazing, quite frankly.