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The tech giant offers select users an opportunity to test out all of the wearable's frame styles and colors. But, there’s a catch…
A kids' version of eyeglass lenses that can be adjusted with a twist of the dial gets a design nod, hopefully bringing the low-cost specs one step closer to the developing world.
These specs might help computer vision syndrome. Or just make you look totally dorky.
Two catches: It's only for a year, and you'll need to invest some Bing Rewards points.