Ray-Ban Stories reviews, pros and cons. Liked: Sleek Ray-Ban stylings Discreet gadgetry Disliked: Need a Facebook account
Facebook’s first pair of smart glasses doesn’t feel like much of a Facebook product. You won’t find the Facebook logo emblazoned on them or even its name in small print by the serial code. They aren’t “Facebook Stories” or “Ray-Ban’s Facebook Stories” or even “Ray-Ban Stories in collaboration with Facebook.” Unlike other Facebook-designed hardware like [
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The Ray-Ban Stories are a fusion of Bose Frames and Snap Spectacles, with a big question mark for what comes after this first-gen attempt.
Facebook's first foray into the world of smart glasses is here. Confusingly dubbed Ray-Ban Stories, they start at $299 and bring together much of the technology we've already seen in smart eyewear. They'll let you take first-person photos and videos on the go, like Snap's Spectacles. And, similar to Bose and Amazon's speaker-equipped glasses, you'll be able to listen to media, as well as take calls.
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Facebook's $299 Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses come in 20 style combinations and connect to your smartphone to perform basic tasks.Ray-Ban Stories from FacebookThe Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses house two 5MP cameras for taking photos from a first-person perspective. They connect to your smartphone to make calls, play music, and share photos using voice commands. Read more