A pair of Google Glass glasses is a lot of fun, but not everyone is as fond of the device.
Here’s what you need know about the wearable computer, and what you should know if you buy one.
What is Google Glass?
Google Glass is a pair of glasses, with a screen on the top.
The glasses can be purchased with a phone app, but Google has also introduced a separate online store that sells the glasses for $350 (about £220).
Google Glass requires you to have a Google account.
It can be worn either face-on or on the side of your head.
It’s a lot like the way the smartphone market is growing, said Matt Krasner, an analyst with market research firm Ovum.
Google Glass can be used by anyone, but its use in a workplace will depend on who you are and the way you use it.
The company wants people to wear Glass in an intimate setting, where they can work and talk to their colleagues.
That said, Kraser said Glass was still in its infancy, so it’s hard to know exactly what people will like about the device and what they will dislike.
For one thing, the company has made the headset a little harder to remove than previous versions, so people who wear Glass face down can get tangled up with it.
That’s because the lenses are held in place by metal tabs.
Google has said it will add more secure ways to remove Glass at a later date.
Google Glass is not as well-known as Apple’s iPhone and Android phones, which are widely available and affordable.
Google doesn’t have much of a following in the tech industry, so the company is looking to grow its user base.
Krasner said Glass might make people a little less tech-savvy, but he expects that people will find the technology useful.
“I would expect Glass to be a very powerful and useful technology for people who have been looking for something like it, and people who want to take it to the office,” he said.
If you’re planning on buying a Google Glass headset, it’s worth considering the price.
The devices will retail for $300 and up.
Google will also sell the glasses in retail stores, but that’s not guaranteed.
Glass has also raised $7 million from venture capital firms, including a $1.5 million round led by Sequoia Capital and other angel investors.