Google Glass now in open beta. You can have one for just $1500

If you missed out on the Google Glass one-day sale in April, here’s another chance to get your own copy of a Google Glass, courtesy of the Google Glass open beta period, when residents of the US can buy one for $1,500 USD until stocks run out.

Yep, provided the privacy concerns that it brings to the table don’t bother you, for just $1,500 USD, you can get a Google Glass that can record video, access email, provide turn-by-turn driving directions and grab information from the Web.

Here’s a video intro of the Google Glass.

And here’s a screenshot of it. You may buy one here.
Google Glass open beta

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