Only a few days after their one-day public sale of Google Glass, Google has now opened the Glass store for public orders of the Explorer Edition without an invite being necessary. Like the one day sale, Glass is available in a choice of five colors, including the Cotton color that appeared to sell out during the one-day event. In addition, buyers can still get a lightweight titanium frame or a set of shades thrown for free with their order. The other thing that has not changed is the price which remains at $1500.
If you missed the one day sale and have not been able to get an invite and you are ready to place your order to join the Explorer program, just hit the source link below. You may note though that Google has not released any word as to whether this is an official move on their part to open the program up to the public or if it is some glitch in their system. So you may not want to hesitate.
[UPDATE 1] A contact with Google has confirmed that invites are no longer required to purchase Glass. However, Google is currently sold out of all colors. No information was available as to when additional units may be in stock.
[UPDATE 2] A tweet from the Google Glass team indicates the store was opened to accommodate some “potential Explorers who were still in the pipeline from last week…” Google also says they are planning to shut it down “shortly.”