However, you should start putting some money aside if you want to reach the superior ranks of the “Explorers” (the lucky legion of people who already got to test the Internet – linked eye – wear), because the Glass will be available for about $1,500. On April 15, starting with 9 a.m. Eastern, Google will open the gates to a new technological era, letting everybody in the U.S. who has the money and the interest to purchase online the Glass and see with their own eyes the perks of this innovative gadget. You should make up your mind soon, as the number of units is limited, though.
The news that Google Glass is going to be available for mass sales in the U.S. stirred some debates among specialists and users, as we have on one side of the fence the Explorers, coming from all possible walks of life, and on the other, the detractors, considering Google Glass to be part of the Geek Haven and, in the same time, a sneaky machine that can invade peoples’ privacy and spy on them. The myths regarding Google Glass’s abilities to spy on the innocent were debunked by Google, but there is still some doubt revolving around the gadget. However, if you want to decide for yourself, April 15 is the day for you. If you miss this chance, you can also wait until next year, when Google Glass will feature Luxottica frames and design.