After its launch last November, Snapchat Spectacles were an absolute necessity for people who were eager to purchase a pair of dazzlingly hued, snappy smart glasses. Some even sat tight for 18 hours outside the Spectacles New York retail location just to be the first ones to own the item. Presently, the lines are gone and there’s space for a slick other option to the Spectacles as PogoCam.

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Video and Still Images

Unlike the Spectacles, the PogoCam appends to your shades as opposed to being the shades itself. It is a tiny magnetic gadget that you can simply attach and detach to your glasses. At the push of a button, or two in case you’re making a video, PogoCam’s 5-megapixel, 720p HD camcorder with audio will record any minute that you wish to memorialize. You can undoubtedly recognize this major distinction with Snapchat’s smart glasses as the Spectacles did not have the ability to take still pictures.

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Adaptable Connectivity

The small gadget is light at under six grams and brags water-proof and sweat-proof features. With a charging time of 35 minutes, the PogoCam has an idle battery life for up to 20 days. It is good with both Android and iOS, and can store around a hundred pictures or up two minutes of video. When full, the contents of your PogoCam could simply be transferred to your PC, ready to be shared on Twitter, Facebook and anyplace you’d like. This component here ups the Spectacles by a couple scores as the recordings on Snapchat’s smart eyewear can only be utilized with Snapchat.

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Spring Release

The hands-free gadget is set to be released this March 2017 at the International Vision Expo East Conference in New York City and is relied upon to cost around $150. It’s somewhat expensive, even without the likelihood of customers purchasing from resellers who double or even triple the retail cost, yet it could be a worthy purchase for adventurous people who were either not ready to snatch a pair of the Snapchat Spectacles, or were put off by the possibility of wearing the brightly shaded glasses on top of the prescription glasses. It ought to be noted that the PogoCam is compatible with shades and eyeglasses from its partner brands.

The PogoCam’s look is not smooth, because you’ll have a little dark thing the size of a battery adhered to your glasses, however it offers an intriguing and convenient approach to capture memories without hauling a camera or even a cell phone.