On Wednesday, Google finally _1_ its latest much-talked about product, 'Google Glass'.
Google Glass is basically internet-connected glasses that are worn like usual glasses. They are reported to perform many of the same _2_ as smartphones, except the spectacles respond to voice commands instead of fingers _3_ a display screen. The glasses allow users to record video and take photos, make phone calls, send messages and surf the net.
Google has begun accepting applications from people who will be able to buy an early _4_ of Google Glass. To be able to buy a pair of the glasses, Google is asking people to say on Twitter and Google+ how they would use the glasses if they were given a set. The winners will then have to pay $1500 for their pair.
Google is not the only tech company _5_ in wearable technology. Apple is reportedly developing the iWatch, a wrist-wearable computing device.
In general, reception for the glasses has been positive, but would you be _6_ to pay $1500 for a pair?
Watch this cool demonstration of what Google Glass can do.
Now complete the text with the correct missing words.