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Lilbits: Snap’s selfie-snapping drone, Dasung’s new 13 inch E Ink tablet, and Nothing Launcher (beta)

The company behind Snapchat is expanding its hardware offerings. Snap started selling Spectacles eyewear with built-in cameras in 2017. Now Snap has launched a flying drone called Pixy that sells for $230 and which is designed to be simple to use – so simple that there’s not even a controller. Instead you set Pixy to […]

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Snap’s Spectacles 3 coming in November, can record 3D video

I’ve never seen anyone wearing Snap Spectacles in the wild, but somebody must be buying the company’s wearable cameras/glasses because Snap keeps making them. The latest version adds a second camera, support for 3D video recording, and a much higher price tag. Snap Spectacles 3 are up for pre-order for $380, and they’re set to begin […]

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Snap’s new Spectacles are slimmer, waterproof, support still photography (and video)

As expected, Snap is updating its wearable camera. The new Snap Spectacles are now available for $150 and the company has updated the design, making the new version slimmer and lighter. Snap’s new Spectacles are also waterproof and feature support for snapping still photos. The original Snap Spectacles only supported video (you can still shoot short videos […]

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Yup, Snap is working on another “wearable video camera”

Last month news broke that the makers of Snapchat were planning to give this whole wearable gadget thing another try. After failing to make Snap Spectacles more than a passing fad in 2016, the company is allegedly working on 2nd and 3rd-gen hardware with some improvements and new features. A new listing on the FCC […]

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Report: Snapchat plans to give Spectacles another try or two (wearable cameras)

Snap Spectacles generated a lot of buzz when they launched in 2016, but word on the street is that Snap may have overestimated demand and been left with hundreds of thousands of unsold units. But it looks like the company thinks hardware could be a good complement to its primary product, Snapchat. According to a […]

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Report: You aren’t the only one who didn’t buy Snap Spectacles

Snap’s first foray into hardware made a bit of a splash last year, and recently the company says it sold more than 150 thousand Snap Spectacles. But there’s one small problem: Snap may have hundreds of thousands of unsold units lying around, suggesting that the company vastly overestimated demand for the product. The Information reports that […]

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Now anyone can order Snapchat Spectacles video-recording glasses for $129

The parent company of mobile messaging app Snapchat introduced an odd wearable last year: Snapchat Spectacles are a pair of glasses with a built-in camera that lets you record 10 second of video and wirelessly upload it to Snapchat to share with your friends. Since this is Snapchat’s first foray into hardware, the funny-looking glasses […]