The new version is foldable like a regular pair of eyeglasses and packs 5GHz Wi-Fi support, a faster Intel processor as well as an improved camera and battery.
“The most awesome stage”
Last year, Facebook's VP of Design thought the TNW Conference main stage was the best she'd ever been on.
Interestingly, this version bears little resemblance to a flexible design that Google patented earlier this year.
Google hasn’t officially acknowledged the existence of Glass in this configuration and hasn’t set a release date or price as yet.
However, 9to5Google reports that “hundreds of units” have been distributed to Glass for Work partner companies, who will likely load proprietary software on the wearable before selling them.
We’ve contacted Google for more details and will update this post when we hear back.
➤ This is Google Glass: Enterprise Edition in the flesh [9to5Google]