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EBayer tried selling fake Google Glass and bids went up to $15,900

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 27 Feb 2013 21:06 User comments (2)

EBayer tried selling fake Google Glass and bids went up to $15,900 It only lasted a few hours, but eBay has taken down an auction from a seller claiming to have a pair of Google Glass.
The auction went up to $15,900, showing massive demand for the augmented reality glasses that Google recently unveiled.

In the auction, the seller claimed he was able to purchase the glasses through Google's #ifihadglass competition. Unfortunately for the seller, the claim was completely false, as Google will not be letting winners know until mid-March. In fact, the competition only closed today. Winners are also barred from reselling the devices, as per Google's rules.

Here is the cache of the page (including the awfully written description):

Google Glasses ( Project Glass ) #ifihadglass Glasses

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2 user comments

127.2.2013 21:13

Ghost in glass was way higher .

Hack a bit, invest a bit, work a bit, jerk a bit

228.2.2013 3:36

and really there not allowed to sell the device like thats going to happen they will just sell the device via community college networks or worse on other sites you can't find morons

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