FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

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Photos that reportedly reveal the unannounced Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' device have been posted by the FCC.

The device is believed to be a rebooted version of Glass by Tony Fadell and his team. Rather than being aimed at consumers the device is targeted at the workplace. It reportedly features a larger glass prism, a faster Intel Atom processor, 5GHz Wi-Fi, and a more rugged, waterproof design.

The new Glass has a hinge letting you fold the front portion of the device inwards for better storage. The photos don't show a wireframe to keep Glass on your face but we'll let you know if we spot any other images with that aspect of the design.

Sources tell 9to5Google that the device has been in the hands of “hundreds” of people across Glass for Work startups and in the field, although Google hasn't officially acknowledged its existence.

Check out the photos below and please follow iClarified on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or RSS for updates.

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FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]

FCC Reveals Google Glass 2.0 'Enterprise Edition' [Photos]
King Rollo - December 29, 2015 at 10:40am
Still you look like a fool wearing it and it's another failed Google idea...
ME - December 29, 2015 at 2:42am
Just sucks because th video they first came out with showed a completely different view of how it worked then how it actually does. So it's basically just crap
Tech - December 28, 2015 at 10:51pm
Need to improve the design
Get off my lawn!!! - December 28, 2015 at 10:32pm
I'm certain that this sort of thing has great potential and many useful applications, but I still think that it's a douchy thing to wear in the real world, and I'd smack it off someone's face if they aimed it at me.
Aaron Z - December 29, 2015 at 3:57am
And you'd be arrested.
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