To replace Big tech racing smartphones with smart glasses
Big tech companies race to your next big business: you get to the bottom of set your iPhone, and choose a pair of smart glasses.
CNBC reported that Microsoft, Amazon, Google, and Apple are just some of the companies, the computers we wear on our faces instead of the phone-versions we cradle all day long.
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But these things can take time, and the switch will not happen immediately, or even soon.
Currently, smart glasses are too big and too expensive, at some point the price will fall, however, and the size, small enough for daily use. As a point of comparison, think of the earliest cell phones, the the size, shape and weight of your average brick.
Microsoft, as reported by CNBC, closes the race with its HoloLens 2 headset, which launched last week, which was originally tested and of the army, to soldiers on the battlefield effectively.
. Apple a version in 2022, the size of the Oculus Quest, a virtual reality headset In the year 2023, Apple will launch a smaller version that can be worn all day, instead of just around the house.
Amazon has not been as up front in the race; for now it has the Echo frame that is currently being built only a set of regular glasses, but with a speaker and the Amazon voice assistant, Alexa.
Originally, it was the first out of the gate was Google, but its much scolded product was too radical and too early for the tastes of the people.
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In 2012, reveal Google ed-the first version of Google Glass, has received a great attention, but soon petered out as a consumer product due to privacy concerns and the unsightly aesthetics.
people who wore it were as a “gla__holes” because of the creepy kind with the device. Google’s letter went so far, , best practices for the use, including the list of “do’s” and “don’ts” are you in the public even to mention the term “gla__hole” in the post.
Released on Tue, 12 Nov 2019 01:11:16 +0000