Humane’s Ai Pin wearable will cost $699 and ship in early 2024

Wearables startup Human has officially unveiled its first device, the Ai Pin. For months, the company has been trickling out information, and at Paris Fashion Week in October, Naomi Campbell gave all the public a glimpse of the device.

The Ai Pin is a pocket-sized wearable AI assistant that can perform tasks that our current phones and voice assistants do, but without a screen, primarily voice commands and occasionally a virtual screen displayed on the user’s hand. It works independently of other devices connected to its own phone network through T-Mobile, but it’s more complicated at Human’s own MVNO.

The device costs $700 and costs $24 per month for unlimited talk, text and data, and will ship in early 2024.

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We are still waiting for in-depth recordings and demonstrations of the technology. I’m skeptical only because it’s been ten years since Google Glass tried to be a thing.

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