Source: VentureBeat, Jul 2013
GlassUp is a second-screen output for Internet-connected devices, the company says. It will show you SMS messages, emails, notifications, or anything a GlassUp-optimized app wants to display. It doesn’t contain a huge amount of electronics, or a heavy-duty CPU, and — as privacy advocates will be pleased to hear — doesn’t have a camera.
“It will cost half as much as Google Glass,” Giartosio sais. “Our price will be $399.”
Because it uses low-power Bluetooth and displays notifications in monochrome, GlassUp will have a battery life of 150 hours standby and eight hours of constant use.
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