Google's glass computer eyewear

Apr 18 2013, 7:48am CDT | by , in Reviews | Technology News

Google Is Forbidding Users From Reselling, Loaning Glass Eyewear

Google has invented a new world of experience for those who have flair to find out something new, their friend reckons them as trend setters.


Google is blocking everyone considered worthy of a set of its $1, 500 Google sophisticated eyewears by marketing and even loaning out this remarkably coveted device.

The Goggles’ terms of service about the limited-edition high tech wearable exclusively declares, “you may not resell, loan, transfer, or give your device to any other person. If you resell, loan, transfer, or give your device to any other person without Google’s authorization, Google reserves the right to deactivate the device, and neither you nor the unauthorized person using the device will be entitled to any refund, product support, or product warranty.” According to

Enjoy the new world of innovation, a new trend businesses are retaining management of their solutions even some one spent money to buy that.

The organization knows if the high tech gadget was transferred, since each and every eyewear has been registered by Google under the purchasers account.

The Tycoon has created the Silicon Valley comparable of the velvet string within its so-called Google Glass Explorers system. In case Google loved what you put up upon blogs under the hashtag #ifihadglassand, the giant allows you an opportunity to spend $1, 500 for that Explorer version of the headset.

The social media giant rejected comment. It also isn’t stating whenever they would raise their velvet rope as well as if the identical Draconian conditions associated with their service would implement, when they pull the string.


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Jibran Ahmed has years of experience in the technology field and his passion lies in discovering the latest trends in consumer electronics.


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