Oakley Radar Pace review

What’s my workout for today?” I ask my sunglasses. “You’re going two miles on the flat,” they respond. The man walking by shoots me an odd look; other than the earphones, oakley outlet online there are no obvious signs I have any technology on me at all. For a short moment I feel silly, but this is exactly what hear able technology should be: discreet, comfortable, human oakley sunglasses for men.
We’ve seen some intriguing developments in hear ables this year, and Oakley’s Radar Pace arrives at an interesting time for the category. It’s also one of the most impressive hear able devices we’ve used, in regards to both its artificial intelligence and its abilities as a fitness coach.
Related links: The best hearables to look out for, But first, some background: The Radar Pace is the result of a partnership between Oakley’s parent company Luxottica, and Intel, which has loaded its Real Speech technology into the frames. The idea was to build a wearable device that would provide meaningful coaching in real time, and converse in a more natural way. And to that end it’s done a great job, though at $449 it’s a hefty purchase
You might be wondering why I’m not referring to them as smart glasses. While they are technically glasses, you won’t be seeing anything on the lenses. It’s all about using your ears – and your voice, of course.

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