Facebook launches the sale of smart glasses

The glasses have built-in cameras that allow you to take photos and record videos with duration of up to 30 seconds.

The American company Facebook has introduced a new line of smart glasses, developed jointly with EssilorLuxottica and Ray-Ban. This was reported on Thursday in a press release on the company’s website.

“We are pleased to present Ray-Ban Stories – smart glasses that will allow you to take photos and videos in a new way, share impressions, listen to music and make calls,” the statement says.

The starting price of the glasses is $299. The product will be presented in 20 different designs and is available for purchase online and in stores in the United States, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, and the United Kingdom.

The glasses have built-in cameras with a resolution of five megapixels, allowing you to take photos and record videos with duration of up to 30 seconds. The device is also equipped with a microphone and a speaker.

Syncing with a special new Facebook View app allows you to send the footage directly to social networks.

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