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Up close with Oakley Radar Pace, the wearable that may help you forget Google Glass

Wearing Google Glass was probably never cool, but that doesn’t mean eyewear can’t still be both intelligent and hip. At least that’s what sunglass manufacturer Oakley is counting on. Nine months after Intel — Oakley’s partner — gave us a brief glimpse of the future of intelligent eyewear, Oakley is finally ready to ship the sharp-looking Oakley Radar Pace. The Oakley Radar Pace smart sunglasses are a pretty smooth blend of traditional Oakley's and a lot of sensor and audio technology.
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