Recon Instruments New Smart Glasses

Posted on 21 May 2013 Tags: Crazy Gadgets, Feature, Seriously, WTF?

The 21st century can be marked as the era of constant growth and improvement of IT industry with competition among many companies has never been so tough. It wouldn’t be wrong to say that there are heroes in almost all companies which are responsible for their company and products by introducing a ground breaking device day after day. Improvement is not limited to just computers and mobile phones but have now even taken simple glasses under the influence. Similar is the case of Recon Instruments which is involved in the development of smart head gear for years. But most people didn’t quite understand what the company is exactly trying to sell until recently. With the news hot in the air for Google smart glasses, Recon Instruments new Jet spectacles also gained instant popularity.

These are plain sunglasses or common goggles but are smart glasses integrated with Android technology. This particular gadget differs from Google’s smartglass as you can remove the electronic component when not in use.

Specifications & Features:

  • Total weight of these glasses as measured came out to be 60 grams and the strong and perfect fit frame prevents it from falling off
  • Android 4.2 integrated
  • Built-in HD camera with resolution not yet finalized
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth so you can easily link up with mobile and handheld devices
  • GPS to track your activities and whereabouts
  • ANT+ system along with other fitness gears to be included
  • Smaller screen as compared to Google smartglass but it only displays what you want to view and not everything else
  • Six hours battery function with all sensors on the go

Expected price for these glasses falls somewhere between $400 to $600. The continuous inception of many new gadgets with advance technology integrated within has changed the term “Sky is the limit” by adding a NOT in between.

Although the release date has yet to be announced, the Recon Instruments Jet is supposed to be out in late 2013.

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