Does Google's latest promotional video for Glass
have you longing for a pair of the augmented reality glasses? Well, we finally have official word from Google that it is aiming to release a "fully-polished" version of the wearable headset to consumers by the end of this year. The company has also informed that Google Glass will cost "less than $1,500" when it goes on sale.
Last June, the first pre-orders for the "Explorer" edition of the headset were made available to developers at Google I/O for $1,500, and they were set for delivery some time in the early part of this year. Earlier this week, Google opened up pre-orders for the Explorer headset to "creative individuals" for the same price, but that program is selective and requires a brief application. Source: The Verge