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Humane officially launches the AI Pin, its OpenAI-powered wearable

The AI Pin does a lot of smartphone things — but it looks nothing like a smartphone. | Image: Humane

On Thursday, after months of demos and hints about what the AI-powered future of gadgets might look like, Humane finally took the wraps off of its first device: the AI Pin.

The device, as we revealed yesterday, is a $699 wearable in two parts: a square device and a battery pack that magnetically attaches to your clothes or other surfaces. In addition to that price, there’s also the $24 monthly fee for a Humane subscription, which gets you a phone number and data coverage through T-Mobile’s network. The company told Wired the device will start shipping in early 2024 and that preorders begin November 16th.

The AI Pin is powered by a Snapdragon processor — though it’s not clear which one — and you control it with a combination of voice…

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