All evidence points to the account belonging to a pawn shop called A to Z Pawnbrokers in San Francisco.

The Wall Street Journal reported last summer that Alphabet meant to "quietly [distribute] a new version of its Glass wearable computer aimed at businesses in industries such as health care, manufacturing and energy". As of writing, the current bid is $7,200 (£5,000), with 52 bids placed so far. The device is now a part of Google's Project Aura group, where the company is reportedly looking at creating new, perhaps less intrusive, designs.

First spotted by 9to5google, the headset is said to be Google's yet-to-be-revealed Google Glass Enterprise Edition.

Electronic devices need to receive the FCC Declaration of Conformity, or FCC label, before they can be sold and manufactured in the US.

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The images accompanying the eBay auction for a possible prototype of the yet-to-be-launched Google Glass Enterprise Edition eyewear are noticeably similar to the images in Google's FCC filing for the new Glass model in December 2015. Bidding started on March 18 at $299 and since then 50 bids have been placed, pushing the price $1,500 more than the original price of the Google Glass Explorer Edition past year. Similarities include a folding hinge as well as an outward-facing LED light, and a different charging interface.

There is still time if you want to be the first one to get your hands on the unannounced Google Glass Enterprise Edition, and if money is no object. Well, despite whatever the intended objective may have originally been, it seems someone has found their own use for the new-and-improved enterprise Glass: Scoring quick cash at a pawn shop. The prism display on this version is larger than the previous one as well.

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But behind the scenes, Google has been continuing work on the project.