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Google unveils Google Glass Explorer Edition at I/O: CNET News Video
CNET News Video: Google unveils Google Glass Explorer Edition at I/O2:25 /
Google's Sergey Brin reveals video-capturing, augmented reality glasses at Google I/O in San Francisco. The Google Glass Explorer Edition will be available via pre-order for conference attendees, cost $1,500, and ship in early 2013.
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