Google Glass Explorer 2.0 Unboxing!


Google has released the second version of Google Glass Explorer 2.0, which is a minor upgrade from the original version.

With Google Glass Explorer 2.0, you will get a free mono earbud and also shades for no additional charge.  In this unboxing, you will be able to see what comes with the latest 2013 edition of Google Glass.

The last time I had a chance to try Glass, the shades were not available.  Now with the shades, I feel like Google Glass is more useful, especially where I live in California where wearing sunglasses on a daily basis is the norm.  I find this little addition extremely awesome now I don’t have to switch between my sunglasses and Google Glass.

Also, the shades allow for better vision of the Glass screen.  In my previous testings, I’ve found that Google Glass screen is much easier to see in darker environments.  With the shades, it makes it so much easier to see the screen, nevermind performing much better under the sun.

The mono earbud now allow you to hear the sound on Google Glass much more clearer over its older bone-transducer.  When you put the mono earbud on your Google Glass, the bone-transducer is disabled and now you can fully hear the sound along with much more clarity and bass.  This is going to prove great for noisy environments and much more fun to listen to music or make a phone call, similar to a bluetooth headset.

Overall, I am really diggin’ Google Glass Explorer 2.0, it’s certainly much better than the original Google Glass I tried couple weeks back and I expect to get even better when the consumer versions come out.

Want to get your own Google Glass?  If you are over 18, live in the U.S., and have $1500 to spare, go apply for an invite here.

Want to see what you can see through Google Glass?  See our hands-on demo here.

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3 Responses

  1. polak says:

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  2. Madhy says:

    Hi there,

    I’m using an Atrix 2 AT&T 4.0.4 67.21.125.MB865.ATT.en.US. I have unlocked the phone with a unlock cord but still unable to root my device so far. Is there any way I can do this?

    Secondly I have a Note II Verizon I605 halfway dead. What happens to that phone was while I was trying to unlock boot-loader phone crashed, a massage came to display by saying take the device to the nearest Verizon center thats it. After working very hard I was able to restore 4.1.2 factory ROM back but the funny thing is it dose not recognize any SIM card at all and more over no IMEI & Base-band info can be found in the device and when I go through about phone to storage it doesn’t show internal memory more than 200 some MB’s but when I go to Apps manage it shows correct internal memory. Other than that the device works fine on WiFi with all applications like, viber, whatsapp, wechat etc. Any help will be much appreciated.
    Will donate as well!

  3. Graham Staunton says:

    I wood Love 2,,,,B,,,1,,,,of those guys that try out new stuff,,,I’m on anty antydrepressing but I love to try cos I won’t let it down (What I meen I’d have it with me all day that’s what I meen I’d put it thru pases,,,lol,,,Have a goodday.Graham

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