So there’s this new AI-powered pin that you wear, and it supposedly acts like a phone without a screen. Now, that sounds pretty cool, but let’s be honest, the features are just okay for now. I mean, it’s not exactly blowing my mind, but hey, I’m guessing it’ll get better with time.
Now, the camera on this thing, let’s talk about that. It’s a whopping 14 megapixels. Yeah, you heard me right, 14. That’s like trash in the world of smartphone cameras. But hey, maybe this device isn’t meant for the avid photographers out there. Perhaps it’s more suited for office workers or teachers who don’t need to capture every picturesque moment.
Now, here’s the thing that’s got me a little skeptical. The release video for this pin made me feel like the people presenting it were doing so at gunpoint. Seriously, the way they looked down and spoke in hushed tones, it made me question whether something fishy was going on. I mean, come on, guys, if you want us to trust this thing, at least look like you’re not in danger.
But hey, who knows? Maybe I’ll end up with one of these pins after it’s been on the market for a year. The price isn’t too bad, $699. However, they also mentioned a $24 monthly fee, which isn’t exactly clear. Is that the fee to run the device or the total price including the device itself? We’ll just have to wait and see.
All in all, the AI-powered pin has potential, but it’s got some hurdles to overcome. Let’s see how it evolves in the future.