Today, Google announced Glass Enterprise Edition 2, promising more processing power, better camera performance, and it's built on Android. The new augmented reality headset will run you $999.
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Following last year's reintroduction of the Glass wearable for the business sector, it would seem that it is off to a great start, as it looks like there is a 2nd edition on the way with better specs.
While sales of Google's Glass Explorer Edition ended in 2015, a new version revealed last month and aimed at enterprises is now available for sale via one of Alphabet X's "Glass Partners".
You may have thought it died years ago, but Alphabet has been quietly working on its Glass headset with over 30 partners since 2015, unveiling a new and improved edition of the device today.