Sony’s new SmartEyeGlass is finally here

Jeffrey van de Velde
By Jeffrey van de Velde
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As Google is now making their glasses ready for consumers Sony has brought their first unit, with the name SmartEyeGlass on the market and from the start it will be available in 10 different countries. Similar to Google Glass, Sony SmartEyeGlass (SED-E1) is still in developing stage so buying it can mean that there are still problems that need to be solved in the software. The SmartEyeGlass is making it possible to interact with your surrounding by taking pictures, send a message and much more. The SmartEyeGlass is only supported for Android devices that are running Android 4.4 KitKat or higher, if your device is on an older version of Android it can’t pair with the SmartEyeGlass app in the Play Store. Unlike the Google Glass, the SmartEyeGlass is connected by a wired remote that stays connected to the device at all time. Inside the controller you can find the battery, microphone and speaker. Though Sony is quoting that the device will only last around 150 minutes of usage.

For those that are interested in the developer product, the SmartEyeGlass is now available in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan for consumers for $840. For the other six countries: Belgium, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Italy and Sweden it will only be available exclusively for a business.

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Want to see more of the SmartEyeGlass, you can head over to the source for a list of specifications and additional functions. Sony is planning to have the consumer product ready in 20

16, though an exact timeframe has yet to be mentioned.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=10&v=Bx7O_h09HKA

As Google is now making their glasses ready for consumers Sony has brought their first unit, with the name SmartEyeGlass on the market and from the start it will be available in 10 different countries. Similar to Google Glass, Sony SmartEyeGlass (SED-E1) is still in developing stage so buying it can mean that there are still problems that need to be solved in the software. The SmartEyeGlass is making it possible to interact with your surrounding by taking pictures, send a message and much more. The SmartEyeGlass is only supported for Android devices that are running Android 4.4 KitKat or higher, if your device is on an older version of Android it can’t pair with the SmartEyeGlass app in the Play Store. Unlike the Google Glass, the SmartEyeGlass is connected by a wired remote that stays connected to the device at all time. Inside the controller you can find the battery, microphone and speaker. Though Sony is quoting that the device will only last around 150 minutes of usage.

For those that are interested in the developer product, the SmartEyeGlass is now available in the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and Japan for consumers for $840. For the other six countries: Belgium, France, Spain, The Netherlands, Italy and Sweden it will only be available exclusively for a business.

SmartEyeglass_features_700px-700x451

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Want to see more of the SmartEyeGlass, you can head over to the source for a list of specifications and additional functions. Sony is planning to have the consumer product ready in 20

16, though an exact timeframe has yet to be mentioned.

Thank you for reading this article! As always from us #NeverSettle for anything less than the best and latest news. Come back soon to TrueTech! for more awesome articles!

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Hello everyone, Welcome at one of my articles or just at my profile. I hope you enjoy reading our articles. We really want to thank you for supporting us! So, a bit more about myself. My name is Jeffrey, I live in the Netherlands and I'm 17 years old at this moment.I love everything about tech, if you've got a question you can always hit me up at my True-Tech email address. Cheers! Jeffrey [email protected]
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