Google posted its first ‘how’-to’ video for the wearable technology, Google Glass. The video shows users how to get started with the device, demonstrating its touchpad, timeline and sharing features.
Google Glass features 16GB of storage, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity and 5-megapixel camera that shoots 720p video as well.
Headphones will not come bundled with the product as a Bone Conduction Transducer is used to transmit sound data to the brain by making the bones in the ear vibrate.
The prototype Explorer Edition of Google Glass is currently in the hands of around 1,000 lucky developers worldwide, however consumer models will not be available until 2014.
Google employees and developers recently posted the first photographs captured using the high-tech specs on Twitter.
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