Solos is bringing a Google Glass-style display to a pair of sunglasses to give you more data about your running and cycling workouts.
The Solos Smart Glasses sport an augmented reality display above your right eye which shows you exercise stats from your smartphone. The glasses don’t actually track anything on their own, but they make it easier to view the information from your phone. Internal speakers read out your distance, speed and other stats if you prefer to hear them rather than view them. Solos has made a comfortable pair of specs that, miraculously, don’t look terrible. They resemble a pair of sporty sunglasses.
I can imagine that trying to focus on a small display inside your glasses would be uncomfortable for runners and cyclists, but Solos representatives at CES told me that you stop noticing it after awhile. We’ll have to put that to the test when the $499 Smart Glasses debut this spring.
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