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Humane’s Ai Pin wearable costs $699 and will ship in early 2024

Wearable startup Humane has officially unveiled its first device, the Ai Pin. For months, the company disseminated information little by little, offering only a glimpse of the device, brandished by Naomi Campbell, among others, during Paris Fashion Week in October.

The Ai Pin is a pocket-sized wearable AI assistant that would be able to perform the tasks of our current phones and voice assistants, but without a screen, operating primarily through voice commands and, occasionally, a virtual screen projected onto the l’s hand. ‘user. It works independently of other devices, connected to its own phone network via T-Mobile, but on Humane’s own MVNO because it’s even more complicated.

The device will cost $700 and an additional $24 per month for unlimited talk, text and data, and will ship in early 2024.



We are still waiting for more in-depth hands-on impressions and demonstrations of the technology. I’m skeptical, and not just because it’s been a little over a decade since Google Glass tried to exist.

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