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Submitted by -Mezzo- 836d ago | news

Google Glass appears on eBay, you can't afford it

Engadget - You're not a developer and didn't win out over the other trillion people that entered Google's #ifihadglass contest, so you'll just have to wait until the proper release, right? Perhaps not -- if you're rich, that is -- as one unit is being offered on eBay, with bids already clocking in at over $90,000. If you've got that kind of money, don't get excited just yet -- for starters, the seller claims they are one of the lucky contest winners, but won't actually pick up their pair for a "few weeks." (Gadgets, Google Glass)

-Mezzo-  +   836d ago
Thanks for pointing that out Engagdet....Thanks A Lot.
GuyThatPlaysGames  +   836d ago
90K for something that's gonna die out before normal people even get it lol
coolbeans  +   835d ago
Why would you say that when you're almost there? A few more months of contributor contests and you'll be on top of the world: google-glassing (coolbeans' TM), with your PS4, while your full-time butler serves you crepes all day.

:P
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codyodiodi  +   836d ago
If you aren't a glass explorer you can't afford it because you can't buy it! It can only run on the account that's registered when it's picked up from Google, otherwise it'll get deactivated.
fatstarr  +   836d ago
90k for some glasses that will be obsolete in 2 years when its mainstream...

boy people want the title of first so bad now a days
The_Infected  +   836d ago
Some idiot will buy it just watch!
level 360  +   836d ago
This will be snapped up very quickly by either a collector or some gullible wealthy fool.
KillerPwned  +   835d ago
These will probably become outdated quick. Even if I had the money I would rather wait.

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