字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 You need to prepare yourself -- one day very soon people are going to be walking down the street wearing Google Glass. And it’s gonna be weird. A select handful of developers and contest winners are just now getting their hands on Google's wearable computer, and details continue to emerge. Google recently posted technical specs for the device. Most of the specs listed were previously announced -- but on the new side of things, the built-in camera in Glass will take 5MP photos, in addition to 720p video. The device will charge via a Micro USB cable, one of which comes with the product, but Google provides a decidedly Vulcan warning to using a third-party option. Quote: "While there are thousands of Micro USB chargers out there, Glass is designed and tested with the included charger in mind. Use it and preserve long and prosperous Glass use." Glass will feature 16GB of Flash storage, 12GB of which is usable and synced to the cloud. The battery is intended to last through a day of "typical use," assuming you're not recording too much video. As far as the resolution of the little display in Glass, Google provided a somewhat awkward answer using relative terms. Quote: "[The] high resolution display is the equivalent of a 25 inch high definition screen from eight feet away." So maybe a little like this: Google has outright banned ads in Glass apps, and apparently also forbids developers from charging for Glass apps, which makes one wonder how this entire affair is going to be monetized. It is still unclear how much Google Glass will cost us. The Explorer version for developers costs $1500. The consumer version is expected to be a little less. For more tech news, stay tuned to IGN.