Apple unveiled its long awaited smartwatch dubbed as Watch on September 9. While it was thought that many people would be crazy to have this watch, but a study has found that very few people are interested to buy this watch.
We have seen a number of smartwatches in recent times. Most of these watches have come not from mainstream vendors but from campaigns launched over major funds crowdsourcing sites. The 'HOT' watch is a similar Kickstarter campaign which literally turns your wrist watch into a smartphone.
Some analysts predicted around one and a half-year ago that Apple would launch a wrist watch soon which will be called iWatch. Lately, the speculation got a lift when new set of rumors claimed that Apple is really working on a curved glass for its smartwatch, popularly branded as iWatch. Even though the device is yet to be confirmed, a new survey has discovered that 19 percent of consumers are interested to buy Apple's iWatch when it'll be available.
Jeffrey a designer from Netherland has come up with a new concept watch. The watch shows time using rectangular blocks. It is a very stylish wristwatch. The bracelet shaped watch features an LED/LCD face that displays the time in distinct blocks. It is not only quite fascinating to read about watches that function some sort of blocks to identify the time and date but also it provides an individual's personality and humor.
Did you ever think about a wrist watch that tells the time while race? Well, it seems, Absurd, but the extraordinary idea captivates the viewers at the first glance itself. The versatility of the concept is each part (Hours, Minutes, Seconds) of the watch has racing vibrations which not only seems a race but also gives you the exact time. The typical but cool and unconventional style based wrist watch has designed by UK based designer, Peter.
Imagine sitting at your sofa, lounging comfortably, wearing a cute, nifty watch. Through this watch, you talk to your very own personal assistant, Siri, and then use Siri to access content from iCloud to your iPhone, iPad or iMac. You may even transfer data from these devices to iCloud and have it stored there. Or, once Apple launches it's TV, stream data through Siri on your watch to be displayed on your Apple TV. Analysts are of the view that Apple may launch just such an iWatch in the coming days.
Garmin has unveiled a new watch that is dubbed the ultimate multisport training experience, which is the Garmin Forerunner 910XT and the watch is a GPS enabled and can detail swim metrics and tracks distance as well. The watch is low profile so you can get a wetsuit on and off easily while wearing it and the watch can also be fitted with a mount for bike handlebars and has a battery inside good for 20 hours of use. Garmin also includes support for wireless ANT+ sensors and the orerunner 910XT will be released sometime this quarter at $399.99.................