Google Glass has arguably shed its techie-exclusive image, and people interested in Google’s computerized spectacles have been able to buy them from Google’s dedicated Glass sales site for a few months, even without an invite. You could even try and buy a pair in-person at various events such as golf tournaments. But if you’d rather spend $1,500 in the Google Play Store and have a desire to explore the frontier of wearable computing, or at least help [company]Google[/company] beta-test the devices as an “explorer,” you can now purchase Google Glass on Google Play in the United States.
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