According to Gadgets 360, Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses were launched on Thursday, September 9. The wearable is available in three designs and multiple colors options for frames. Customers will also have the option to select different kinds of lenses, depending on their needs.
Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories come with dual 5-megapixel cameras that can capture images and 30-second videos. The glasses have external-facing LED lights as a privacy feature to let people know when the cameras are working. The smart glasses are powered by an unspecified Snapdragon processor.
Facebook and Ray-Ban have also included touch-sensitive controls that can control music playback, calls, and volume with single-tap, double-tap, and triple-tap gestures. On the right temple, users can use the shutter button to capture images and record videos. The smart glasses come with three microphones for taking calls.
Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories price ranges from $299 to $379. The Facebook x Ray-Ban smart glasses can be purchased online via Ray-Ban’s website and through select retail stores in Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, UK, and the US.