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These AR glasses contain the world's most advanced mobile chip, and they're still awful
At CES today, one of the most significant bits of 2017 hardware was officially announced and unveiled. The Snapdragon 835 is the next top-of-the-line system-on-a-chip from Qualcomm, the company dominating mobile processors outside of Apple's iPhone and iPad realm. This 10nm chip is 35 percent smaller than its predecessor, shaving 3mm off each side, and its new thumbnail size makes it viable to embed into things like augmented reality glasses. And the first product featuring the Snapdragon 835 is exactly that, coming courtesy of ODG's R-8 and R-9 AR glasses. Only problem is they're still too bulky and clunky to be called glasses.Grid View
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