Guido Lang, assistant professor of computer information systems in the School of Business at Quinnipiac University, was quoted in the Hartford Business Journal about the steps Google Glass is taking to perfect its product.
By selling experimental versions of Glass to potential users, Google is taking a cautious approach with a product has an uncertain appeal to consumers, Lang said.
“An everyday consumer who expects a polished product would pick up the Glass and be disappointed,” Lang said. “Geeks don’t mind dropping the $1,500. It feels exclusive.”