Intel purchased Recon Instruments

As another summer season approaches, the issue of ray bans australia sunglasses once again resurfaces. Ivy thinks that some of the other contestants “don’t really know what sportswear is.” “To me Michael C’s look looks very cocktail and I would have to say the same thing for Christopher’s.” Meanwhile Michael C is draping the aforementioned gold scarf around his blue backless dress and asking Andy, “That looks too flight attendant stewardess doesn’t it?” Andy says kind of but he’s not all that concerned because it is, after all, a competition.

Sure when you buy a fake Oakley, they do not come with those fancy iridium covers or elegant micro-fiber covers or an information tag with endless information in fine print, what you get instead is a humble product, which is designed to last for a considerable amount of time and at a price which is almost negligible, when compared to the exorbitant originals.

Last year, Intel purchased Recon Instruments , the makers of a pair of smart glasses designed for runners and cyclists At the same time that the deal was going down, however, the firm was also signing on with Oakley to produce a similar device under its own steam.

For the athlete on the cutting edge, the Oakley Radar Pace ($449): Smart sunglasses with earbuds and a microphone that offers a real-time, voice controlled coaching system designed to improve an athlete’s training and performance, complete with analytics.

Sometimes, when the runner wanted to talk to the Radar Pace sunglasses, he touched the earphones and said, OK, Radar.” Perhaps not coincidentally, the system can also be used to communicate with other digital assistants, including Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant.

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