May 2, 2014
It can become the best business in the history of Google: sell for $ 1,500 something that costs you no more than $ 80, specifically $ 79.78. It is the conclusion reached by the technicians of a website that specializes in disassembling any device piece by piece, analyzing its components and estimating its cost.
From Google they have affirmed that this cost estimate is totally wrong and that it does not include the aforementioned associated costs. It should also be borne in mind that some analysts point out that although Google will not sell its smart glasses at a loss, as, for example, Amazon sometimes does with its electronic book readers since it is offset by the growth in the sales business of content, it does not seem to be expected that the final price of sale to the public will be those $ 1,500 of these first test units.
via GoogleGlass: they will sell them for $ 1,500 but it only costs $ 80 (eighty) to make them | The Inquirer ES.
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