We’ve got 6 Google Glass invites – want one?
We’re giving away a half dozen Explorer Edition invitations over the next few days
We’re trying to be most un-Grinchest people this holiday season here at AndroidGuys, so in addition to our 12 days of Christmas giveaways, we have one more present, well six more, for you guys.
We have six invites to giveaway for V2 of the Google Glass Explorer Edition (this is the version compatible with prescription Glasses and includes a mono earbud).
Want an invitation?
If you’d like to enter our little contest for one, entry is simple. Just leave a comment below about why you want Google Glass and what you would do with it. We will then pick six people, which we feel have the best and most innovative answers.
The contest will run from today (Friday) until noon Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013. After that time you be contacted and need to send us your name and email address by Monday to have it sent to the Glass team for your invite.
An invitation, not the glasses
Please note that this contest is for an invite only and you will still have to purchase Glass from Google for $1500.
There are some additional terms and conditions set out by Google Glass Explorer program, according to which:
- Explorer must be a resident of the United States.
- Must be aged 18 years or older.
- Purchase Google Glass for $1500 using the invite.
- Provide a U.S. based shipping address OR be able to pick up Google Glass at one of Google’s locations in New York, San Francisco or Los Angeles.
We can’t wait to see what you guys say! Good luck!
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