Earlier this year, we told you across several exclusive reports that new Google Glass hardware was on the way, namely a device Google has been working on for more than a year aimed at the workplace. Now, several months later (and with many interesting reports about Google’s mysterious Project Aura having surfaced since), we have our first look at the device in the flesh. It is possible that next year things will change, because the network leaked the first pictures of the new project Google Glass.

Google Glass Enterprise Edition – New Photos


Published pictures show the Google Glass forwarded to the certification process with the U.S. FCC. The present Google Glass is in the form of the Enterprise Edition, so destined for the enterprise. It seems that Google has changed its direction and this time focuses more on such applications, rather than on a typical consumer product.

At first glance, the new version is not different when you compare it  with the earlier version available, taking about Explorer Edition. In terms of specifications the new Google Glass Enterprise Edition is equipped with Intel Atom processor, which makes it possible to be getting longer operating times glasses. Also improved communication subsystem, even by adding dual band wireless network controller (Wi-Fi), operating at 2.4 and 5 GHz. The entire project has a much better cope with the temperature at which too high values ​​also pointed to existing testers. In addition, Google has developed a special module with an additional battery that spectacle clings magnetically. The awakening of glasses has been moved back so as to increase comfort. It is worth noting too that, while video recording front LED will be activated.

The latest reports indicate that the new version of Google Glass will be distributed only within Google for Work and therefore to partners who will be able to pre-load it with their own proprietary software.




Via: 9to5google

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