We have not been shy about expressing our opinion of Google Glass; one of our chief objections has been its inability to accommodate prescription lenses. At last, Google is now finally selling some pretty attractive snap-on frames for Glass that can take ground lenses.
They apparently cost about $250, on top of the $1500 cost of the Glass. Plus the cost of lenses. And, from comments on the Glass G+ page, some of the frames are already out of stock — a kind of neat trick, seeing as there are only about 2,000 sets of Glass in the wild to begin with.
But it’s a start. It’s expensive and inconvenient to be on the cutting edge, right? Right?[youtube http://youtu.be/eneEmDtSvzI]