Binz Electronic Sunglasses Are Really Cool But It’s No Google Glass

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Binz Intelligent Eyeware has just announced its latest range of electronic eyewear which has been created specifically with the McLaren F1 team drivers Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton in mind. While this nifty bit of gadgetry is still some ways behind the Google Glass, it does come packed with a few cool features. The Binz GP Legends range of sunglasses comes with a removable pair of electronic buds that fit snugly in your ears which allows users to listen to music or receive mobile calls through the sunglasses.

On top of that, the eyewear connects directly to any device via Bluetooth and allows users to capture videos which can be downloaded to devices at a later time. Since the earphone buds are removable, the company claims, that after its removal, the wearer will be left with a “stylish, high quality pair of sunglasses”. Each pair of GP Legends has a polarized and UV protected lens and comes with a two year guarantee, international wall charger, a 750 mAh power booster that the company claims can last for seven days while you’re on the move and a carrying case. If you’d like to learn more about the glasses which are now for sale at £350 ($550), you can click here to visit the website now.

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