Google reportedly working on a robust, foldable Glass Enterprise Edition

Soon after Google stopped the sale of its Glass Explorer Edition, the chatter online suggested the possibility of an upcoming 'Enterprise Edition'.


Soon after Google stopped the sale of its Glass Explorer Edition, the chatter online suggested the possibility of an upcoming 'Enterprise Edition'. Now, the latest 9To5Google report confirms that the Search giant is working on a new 'Enterprise Edition' of the augmented reality device with few hardware improvements.

One may not see a lot of changes visually, but the device does come with some upgrades. "We’re familiar with multiple prototypes that are nearing the final stages of revision, and one thing is very clear: This isn’t going to be a drastic departure visually from the Explorer Edition. It has been tweaked, though, and there are at least a few differences noticeable from the outside," the report adds.

The Google Glass folds like a regular pair of glasses and now comes across more rugged as it’s built for enterprise, the report further adds.

The robust design is built to withstand everyday drops and knocks. Sources also told the news site that it is now even more water resistant. Visually it hasn't got a facelift but the company has tweaked its visual aesthetic so that it could suit a factory, hospital or a runway.

The report further adds that the Enterprise Edition will come with a large prism display, an Intel Atom processor, better heat management and improved battery life.


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