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smartwatch

n
(Electronics) an electronic wristwatch that is able to perform many of the functions of a smartphone or tablet computer
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Fitbit Versa is the San Francisco-based company's second true smartwatch (the first one was last year's Ionic), a clear sign that Fitbit is serious in competing with Apple in the mainstream market of smartwatches this time around.
As technology evolved, so did the features and succeeding award-winning models, including the better than ever Kidizoom Smartwatch DX2.
We are serious about the smartwatch segment as we are a digital watch manufacturer for many years.
The overall ASP of the smartwatch category will drop from $223.
Gartner expects kids' smartwatches to represent 30 per cent of total smartwatch unit shipments in 2021.
Moto 360's second avatar is undoubtedly the best looking smartwatch available today.
The potential impact of improving the speed and completeness of tasks with the use of the smartwatch may include the following:
On the back of the smartwatch is HTC's logo and, notably, Under Armour's, suggesting that the Android Wear smartwatch will focus on fitness.
Swiss brands, like Tag Heuer, accounted for a tiny one percent of all smartwatches shipped globally during Q4 2015, and they are a long way behind Apple, Samsung and other leaders in the high-growth smartwatch category.
A Inc, the US sales subsidiary of mobile communications company LG Electronics Inc, announced on Thursday that the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, the first Android Wear smartwatch that lets users make and receive calls right from their wrist, can now be pre-ordered at AT&T and Verizon stores and ATT.
I don't want to have to squint at my smartwatch screen and struggle to reply to a message with my big fingers, I'd rather not have one at all.
Geographical segmentation and analysis of the global smartwatch market