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    AT&T Introduces Smart Glasses!

    AT&T and Aira introduce:

    The Aira Horizon Smart Glasses.

    Specs:

    - Camera Field of View: 120 degrees(Vertical and Horizontal)

    - Camera Mounted location: Center bridge.

    - One touch assistance.

    - Video Streaming

    - Photo Management

    - GPS

    - Display with 426ppi.

    - 500mah battery with up to 8 hours of continuous video streaming with an agent.

    - 512mb of ram with 8 Gigabytes of Internal Storage.

    Wireless Specs:

    - 4G LTE Band support: 2, 4, 5, 12, 29, 30, and 66.

    - 4G HPSA+/3G UMTS Support: 850/1900MHz.

    - 2G/EDGE/GPRS: 850/1900MHz. AT&T does not support 2G/EDGE/GPRS anymore. 2G/EDGE/GPRS support avaiable on T-Mobile/other carriers outside of the US once network unlocked.

    - WiFi: Single Band 2.4 gigahertz 802.11a/b/g/n/ac.

    - Connection: Direct LTE.

    - Bluetooth: Version 4.0 with Low Energy(LE) support.

    - Sensors: Accelerometer, ambient light, digital compass, fingerprint, gyroscope, Hall Integrated Circuit (IC), proximity.

    in the box:
    - Aira Horizon Smart Glasses tether cable
    - Getting started documentation
    - Aira Horizon phone
    - Horizon phone AC adapter
    - Hardshell glasses carrying case
    - Horizon phone charging cable

    Price: $99 Full retail price.

    Link: https://soc.att.com/2ZpMEom
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    I guess they're cool, if you aren't nearsighted like me and already wear glasses (I need mine for everything except for reading, close up), I doubt those would fit over them. They're ugly looking, too, they look like Roger Stone glasses lol Name:  stone-rt-er-190529_hpMain_4x3_992.jpg
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    So these are for blind people?
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    So someone can watch Netflix while walking in a busy city with lots of traffic and cross walks? Seems very illogical but there are people that will think it’s a good idea.


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