Here is a final good news related to the most awaited Google Glass to the world-wide fans it has made over time. Although there are not much people who have experienced the device yet, here are direct quote taken from blog where Google made the most awaited announcement.
"On April 15th at 9am EDT, you'll have a limited time chance to join the Explorer Program. Sign up below for a reminder to purchase or come back on April 15th at 9am EDT."
The blog further reads, "To discover new places, sometimes we need to leave the map behind. And that's what Glass Explorers do. They are the first to make, to tinker, to create, to shape, and to share through Glass. We're expanding little by little, and experimenting with different ways of bringing new Explorers into the program. If you're a US resident with a US shipping address, over 18 years old, and are interested in joining, you can sign up below."
In simple words, Google has announced to make a limited amount of its wearable Glass technology available to the public from tomorrow, hoping to expand its Glass Explorer programme. But the company did not reveal the number of units it would be making available and the offer is only valid to individuals in the United States.
"Next Tuesday, April 15 at 6am PDT, we're opening up some spots in the Glass Explorer Program. Any adult in the US can become an Explorer by visiting our site and purchasing Glass for US$1,500 (approx. Rs. 90,262)+ tax - and it now comes with your favourite shade or frame," Google said in a blog post.
The device is very complex technologically and it comes with a 640x360 pixel resolution and don't say its too less as the panel is actually just a tiny piece near your right eye. Google claims it provides the equivalent picture to that of a 25-inch HD display when viewed from eight feet away.
The Google Glass has a 5MP built-in camera with 720p video capture, while audio is handled via a bone conduction transducer. Onboard storage is 16GB, although 12GB of this is usable as 4GB is presumably taken up by the software.
The device is fully synced with Google's cloud storage. The device is chargeable via standard microUSB cable. There's also full Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and you can link the headset up with your phone, if you wish.