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There’s an unreleased Google Glass headset on eBay right now

Remember that rumoured next-gen Google Glass headset? This could be it.

An eBay seller is trying to flog what appears to be an unreleased version of Google Glass.

First spotted by 9to5google, the headset is said to be Google’s yet-to-be-revealed Google Glass Enterprise Edition.

Google has reportedly been developed a business-focused version of Glass for a couple of years, although it’s never been officially acknowledged.

One of the main changes with the new headset – as seen in the eBay listing – is a new hinge system for easy folding.


That’s in contrast to the original Google Glass, which was always fixed with its arms extended.

There’s also a new LED for the headset to show when the camera is in use, plus a new charging port.

The seller that’s peddling the headset is a San Francisco-based pawn chain called A to Z Pawnbrokers.

However, it’s not clear exactly how the headset came into the possession of the store.


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The highest current offer for the mysterious wearable is $1,575 US, with 34 bids so far. There are three-and-a-half days left until the auction ends, and shipping will cost you $52.75.

It’s estimated that the winning bidder will receive the product between April 5 and April 11.

How much would you pay for the Google Glass Enterprise Edition? Let us know in the comments.

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