Google Glass Titanium Eyewear Collection

Jan 28, 2014

Category: Tech

Google Glass is one of the most ambitious concept-to-reality projects we’ve seen in quite some time, and while we are huge fans of what the tech giant is doing, the glasses were far from stylish. The brand is looking to tackle this task next as they unveil the Google Glass Titanium Eyewear Collection.

Sure, they’re still a bit weird looking (how normal can you make a pair of glasses with a computer/camera setup near the corner of the lens?), but it’s definitely a step in the right direction. There are four new frame shapes, and all of them will work with prescription lenses. To ensure they were offering something that style-conscious consumers would wear, Google teamed up with Maui Jim for the three sunglass options. All of the new styles utilize second generation Google Glass hardware, which means they are all equipped with the mono earbud. Check out the video below. [Purchase]

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