Google Glass with 16GB of storage and a 5MP camera!
Apparently, Explorer edition pairs are already in production and the spec looks half-decent. The future-goggles will have a 5-megapixel camera with 720p video recording and 16GB of storage in a one-size-fits-all frame.
The display, according to Google, will feel like you're looking at a 25-inch HDTV from 8 feet away. Audio will be delivered via bone conduction and the battery will last you for a whole day.
Connectivity-wise, according to reports, there'll be 802.11b/g WiFi and Bluetooth and a micro USB port and will be compatibile will Android systems. The MyGlass app is already available from the Google Play store
Google have sent an email out about these $1,500 wearable smart-things, saying: "We've been working hard on the Glass Explorer Edition and we have great news: the hardware and software are now ready for you. We're seeing the first few devices come off the production line right now."
"We're producing enough for everyone, but only a portion of them are ready today. Therefore, we'll be notifying you in waves."