Smartwatches are slowly making their way through to the top in the gadget world. Lately, the topic of many discussions has been different types of smartwatches that people across America are completely falling in love with. So I decided that it was time for me to follow suit, and do some research.
I am a big fan of Kickstarter projects, therefore I am going to talk about one of their success stories with this amazing new product: The Nuance Smartwatch with Omate TrueSmart. The reason this smartwatch in particular caught my attention is their attention to detail in user friendliness. This year, at CES 2014, there was talk about their latest update with a Dragon Mobile Assistant on this Omate TrueSmart. This addition makes connecting with your smartphone a much easier task – as it should be.
The technology that is being used is targeting voice commands that are reflections of everyday language, making using them a much less tedious and much more desirable task.
Other basic specs to know include:
-512 MB RAM
-1.3GHz dual-core Cortex A7
Not bad for only 199 US dollars.