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Google's computerized glasses, Google Glass, have been generating a lot of buzz this week after it released a bunch of promotional material.
As interesting as Google Glass looks, we really have no idea about whether or not it actually works as advertised. Google has been pretty strict about access to its still in development glasses.
It let down its guard a little with Josh Topolsky, editor in chief of tech site The Verge. He got some hands on (or is it eyes on?) time with Google Glass.
While he didn't spend enough time with Google Glass to deliver a definitive review, his first impressions of using Google Glass are overwhelmingly positive. He writes, "What’s it actually like to have Glass on? To use it when you’re walking around? Well, it’s kind of awesome."
He was skeptical about Google Glass before testing it. He didn't think anyone would want to wear it. But after a few minutes of using Google Glass, he's a believer.
Here's what he likes about Glass:
And here's what he's not so keen on:
Overall, he was into it. If he could have paid $1,500 for Glass right there and then, he would have done it.
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