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The clothing-based wearable device, developed by ex-Apple employees, is powered by a custom Snapdragon chip and leans on AI models from Microsoft and OpenAI to process voice commands; a touchpad on the front supports additional gesture controls. A built-in camera can snap 13-megapixel photos and deliver information, such as nutritional information about foods or translations, based on what it sees; it also has its own phone number and uses a green laser to display information on the wearer's hand. Preorders for the device open on November 16th with shipments beginning in early 2024; an additional $24 monthly fee will be required to support its wireless connection over T-Mobile's network.

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