Designed to work as a standalone device that replaces your smartphone, Humane also says the device will be powered by “an advanced Snapdragon platform from Qualcomm Technologies.”
Chaudhri shared the following tweet showing projected text on a user’s palm:
That’s all the new info the company has shared about the Ai Pin. “Our Ai Pin presents an opportunity for people to take AI with them everywhere and to unlock a new era of personal mobile computing which is seamless, screenless, and sensing,” said Chaudhri and his partner and co-founder/CEO Bethany Bongiorno in the press release.
We still don’t know how much the Humane Ai Pin will cost. I’ve speculated that we should brace ourselves for a high price tag — think phone-priced, maybe even premium phone pricing.
For now, if you haven’t seen Chaudhri’s TED talk on Humane’s vision and him demoing the Ai Pin, you can catch up in the video below.