Across the pond and living enviously of your friends in the U.S. with Google Glass? Envy no longer, Google Glass launches in the U.K. today. This isn’t the final consumer launch of Google Glass we’ve all been waiting for, however. Instead, it’s just a continuation of the Google Glass Explorer program, which is still considered an “open beta.”
“[The U.K.] has produced some of the greatest technology inventors and inventions of the last century, and people on the ground are always excited to explore new products and ideas,” Google said in a post announcing the introduction of Glass to a new market. The company will also soon host a London Demo Days event where anyone interested in the face computer can give it a whirl; the event kicks off on June 27 and runs through June 28.
Google Glass has come a long way since it was first introduced and now, with the Titanium Edition, you can buy much better looking frames and lenses. We’re hoping the company reveals some sort of update during Google I/O on Wednesday, like when we can expect a brand new non-beta version of the product. For now, though, U.K. residents can hit the link to pick up a pair, which wills et you back £1,000.