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Snapchat Spectacles review: Wearables have never been this cool

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You’d be forgiven if you looked at Snapchat’s — I’m sorry, Snap Inc.’s Spectacles and thought they were just another Google Glass

Both face wearables have a camera for hands-free video recording, after all. But the similarities stop there. Spectacles — aside from the whole camera-in-eyewear thing — couldn’t be more different and that’s why I think a lot of people are going to like them. 

Which is a good thing, because Google Glass was something only nerds found attractive. The public, what with all the bans and #glasshole shaming, sure as hell didn’t think Google Glass was cool.

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