'Google Clips' was perhaps the strangest announcement from Google's October hardware event last year. It's a 130-degree clip-on camera that takes photos and videos automatically using machine learning, and sends media to your phone with the companion app. The $250 price tag is questionable at best, but if you still want to buy one, you can now do so from multiple retailers.

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The camera initially showed up on the Google Store last month, with an estimated shipping date of March. Only a day later, the product listing was changed to a wait list, so either Google ran out of stock or decided to halt sales. Perhaps it was a test to see how popular Clips would be, before pitching it to other retailers.

Whatever the reason for the staggered launch, it's finally out. It still costs $249.99, no matter where you buy it from. Let us know if you pick one up in the comment section below.