Ray-Ban shades are popular enough as it is, but the company isn't resting on its laurels. Instead, it's introducing a new foldable model of its iconic Aviator sunglasses. This new addition to the 55-year old Aviator line will sell for between $195 and $295, depending on style. You can find them in some retail shops now, and they'll be available on the Ray-Ban site in short order as well if you'd rather purchase directly.
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Check out your friends, neighbors, work buds and anyone else who seems suspicious with the ATOS Video Camera Sunglasses. The 1.3MP camera records in VGA for about 80 minutes before needing a charge. Holding up to 8 GB memory, it can be extended 12GB with a microSD card. The VCS-8G will be available for ~$200.00 and is unisex for both budding James Bonds and Mata Haris.
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The Activesound MP3 Sunglasses allow listening to music with only their tiny earbuds. Just push play and you are ready to roll while listening to up to up to 4 hours of playback with a built-in lithium ion battery. With up to 1 GB memory, they also have a handy USB 2.0 connection for changing your tunes on either PC or Mac. The flip-up glasses are made with distortion free polycarbonate lenses for filtering out UVB and UVA rays 100% and weigh less than 50g. Available at BB shopping for £49.99 (~$99.99.)
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