Back in 2012, Time Magazine released its list of best inventions, and among them $1,500 priced Google Glass was on the top.
Google Glass, a true innovative piece of technology, is all set to get compatible prescription frames and sunglasses.
According to CNET, prescription lenses will be compatible with Google Glass. For the first time, Google has released four styles in the Titanium collection. Each frame will cost $225, whereas non-prescription sunglasses will be made available for $150 each.
Glass beta testers can pre-order the frames now. It should be noted that $1,500 is the entry fee to the Explorer program
Glass support for prescription lenses was one of the most requested features to be added.
"If we had a nickel for every time someone has asked about prescription lenses for Glass... well, we'd have a lot of nickels. So we want you to be the first to know that the Titanium Collection is here, with a handful of new styles for Glass so you can make it your own", Google Glass team said via Google+
As of now, Google hasn't announced retail availability of its Google Glass wearable device for common public. Google is expecting to start selling its most hyped product in the second half of 2014.
It's not only Google, which is trying to explore augmented reality spectacle market. Samsung, South Korea's largest handset manufacturer, is also set to reveal Galaxy Glass in September, The Korea Times reported on Monday. The company plans to release Google Glass competitor at IFA Berlin tech show.
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