Prevention is always far better than curing an illness, which is why Empatica has come up with a brand new smartwatch that is not only able to tell the time accurately, this timepiece will also be able to help alert its wearer in the event where there is danger of developing a serious respiratory infection prior to any symptoms showing up. Empatica’s smartwatch will be based on the technology of the company’s Embrace2, a smartwatch that is worn by those who live with epilepsy.
When we talk about smartwatches, most of the time the most common name that will flash across one’s mind would be the Apple Watch. However, there are many other different companies out there who have come up with their very own versions of smartwatches, and these tend to have their fair share of capabilities as well. The Coolpad Dyno smartwatch is one such timepiece that will target your children as opposed to catering a high powered executive.
The watch should not be overlooked as a crucial and stylish fashion item that can be worn by everyone and anyone, adding a dash of elegance to the wearer while providing the all-important aspect of timekeeping. Technology in recent times have made it possible for the ordinary watch to be smarter, as it keeps track of your heartbeat, take into account the number of steps that you have taken each day, provide variable watchfaces to suit your outfit of the day, among others. Casio’s foray into the smart watch market takes a slightly different route with the Pro Trek PRW3100YB-1.
When it comes to smartwatches, there is a growing number of models that not only work great, but they look elegant and understated as well. Fossil has just added another member to their smartwatch family with the introduction of the Fossil Sport Smartwatch. It will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform and run on the newly redesigned Wear OS by Google, enabling it to offer a slew of new technology features such as extended battery life, a new battery saving mode, enhanced ambient mode, integrated heart rate, NFC, and GPS capabilities.
The smartwatch market continues to evolve, with high street brand names jumping aboard the bandwagon as well. Casio’s pedigree in the field of horology has been proven time and again, and their latest attempt in an Android-powered smartwatch that will not shirk at the sight of adventure would be the Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20A. Following Japanese wisdom, this is the second iteration of an outdoor Android-powered timepiece by the Japanese company, targeting those who live an active lifestyle and want a rugged timepiece that does more than just keep track of time.
When it comes to wearing a watch, there is quite a number of us who have already migrated to the smartwatch platform. After all, we cannot get enough of our mobile devices as well as the kind of constant notifications that stream in, be it from out email inbox to our social media profiles and instant messaging programs. A smartwatch is a useful accessory to have for the modern day road warrior, although it is not considered to be an essential tool. If you are a high powered executive, chances are it would be of more use as opposed to a regular office drone, but for those who would want a sprinkling of style to go with functionality, the ToryTrack Gigi touchscreen smartwatch is right up your alley.
Want a stylish activity tracker that does more than just keep tabs of your movements while you sweat it out? Misfit might have something right up your alley in the form of the Misfit Vapor 2. The purveyors of the original activity tracker would like to bring fashion to the forefront of the fitness industry, and with the Misfit Vapor 2, you can say that they are pretty much close to achieving that objective. The Vapor 2 is a design-forward touchscreen smartwatch that will play nice with both iOS and Android platforms, enabling users to enjoy everything that they require right on their wrist.
Smartwatches might be able to make you more efficient, but this does not mean that the ordinary watch industry is going to die a slow and painful death. On the contrary, it seems that analog timepieces are back in vogue, and while certain high street labels such as Armani have come up with their own range of smartwatches, there is still a huge market for traditional watches. LG has released smartwatches of their own in the past, but this time around the South Korean conglomerate has decided to try something different in the form of the LG Watch W7. The LG Watch W7 would be a hybrid timepiece, hoping to bring together the best of both worlds on your wrist.
The smartwatch world has certainly come a long way since it the idea of it was conceived in the previous century. The Pebble smartwatch really kicked things off big time, but discontinued a couple of years ago as the company ran into turbulent times. While a smartwatch does boast of an array of features and functionality, there is one major drawback: the battery life. This is where the niche of a hybrid smartwatch was born, and the NOWA hybrid smartwatch from France would prove to be a classy addition onto virtually any wrist.
When it comes to watches, the Casio brand name is one that invokes a sense of excellence. The Japanese company has long rolled out quality timepieces that are certainly more than capable of telling the time accurately, and then some. With a number of different “families” to suit various situations such as G-Shock, Pro Trek and EDIFICE, the latest two additions would be the EDIFICE EQB501XBR-1A and EQB800BR-1A. Specially designed for both professional and personal lifestyles, these new high-performance models will offer enhanced features such as Bluetooth connectivity and Dura-Soft Fluoro-Rubber Band technology that are more than suitable for any man’s wardrobe.