Humane AI Pin Will Cost $699, Require A $24/Month Subscription And Comes With OpenAI Integration

The Humane AI Pin is shaping up to be an expensive gadget based on the price and specifications that have been leaked before the official launch.

What Happened: A new leak reveals that the Humane AI Pin could essentially be an AI-powered smartphone without the display and the bulky design, reported The Verge.

The Humane AI Pin is said to cost a whopping $699, along with a $24 per month subscription on top.

The pin operates on a Humane-branded version of T-Mobile US Inc.'s TMUS network and leverages AI models from Microsoft Corp. MSFT and OpenAI.

The AI Pin, which can be attached to clothing or other surfaces, is powered by a custom-designed processor for wearables from Qualcomm Inc. QCOM.

The device comprises a built-in speaker, dubbed a “personic speaker” by Humane, and can pair with Bluetooth headphones.

The AI Pin primarily functions as a voice-activated device and includes a green laser projector for displaying information on the user’s hand. It also supports gesture-based interactions and manual activation.

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Humane’s $24 monthly subscription ensures a phone number, cellular data on Humane's branded wireless service leveraging T-Mobile's network, cloud storage for photos and videos, and unlimited access to AI models. The AI Pin package includes a charger and two battery boosters.

The device’s operating system, named Cosmos, enables a seamless interaction with multiple AIs and other tools based on user requirements.

The AI Pin can also draft messages, summarize emails, translate languages, identify food for nutritional data, and support Tidal music streaming.

Why It Matters: The Humane AI Pin has garnered significant attention even before its official launch, having been named one of Time Magazine’s “Best Inventions of 2023”.

With its intriguing features and AI capabilities, the AI Pin promises to offer a unique user experience, making this leak even more significant for tech enthusiasts awaiting its launch.

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