The newest Google Glasses and Samsung Gear VR headsets will have the ability to connect to the Internet through Google’s new Chrome browser.
If you’re using a Chromebook, you’ll also need to upgrade to Chrome OS or a Windows or Mac version of Windows 10.
The devices will be available starting Friday, but if you’re not yet a Google Glass owner, you might be able to pre-order your first device starting at the beginning of next month.
The Chrome OS version of Google’s Chrome OS will also be coming to the devices, with Google’s software now making its way to the headsets.
The device will be the first to use Google’s BlinkFeed app, which lets you watch and listen to your favorite videos and music.
BlinkFeed is a service that streams content from YouTube to Chrome, Google’s search engine, and any other devices connected to it, including your TV, laptop, or smartphone.
The new Chrome OS and BlinkFeed apps are now available for purchase on Google’s Play store for $19.99, though it’ll cost $20 if you buy a pre-configured device that includes both Google Glass and Blinkfeed apps.
Google Glasses, Gear VRs, and Samsung VR headsets can be purchased through the Chrome Web Store, though you’ll need to be a Chrome user to use the device.
Google has not released pricing or availability information for the new devices, though its Glasses are currently available in select markets, including New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Seattle.