Smart watches have been around for a long time, but now due to advanced and emerging technologies they have never been as sophisticated or feature diverse for consumers, providing a truly unique experience. One of the first smart watches was created back in the 1970’s and had a digital calculator in it, but by today’s technological standards that watch now seems very antiquated as these new devices include features like voice, text, apps, GPS tracking ability, and much, much, more.
Smart watches come in many different colors, sizes, styles, forms, and pricing, while all have varying degrees of features that make them a small computers for your wrist. Some main features of most smart watches are that they not only tell time, but also answer telephone calls and alerts, send text messages, take pictures, and control many types of apps. Did you ever think you can check the weather, book a flight, post on Facebook, take a picture, and talk on your watch? Now you can!
Technically, smart watches come with Bluetooth and/or WIFI compatibilities, along with other very small and sophisticated microprocessors that run your watch. Many smart watches have accompanying apps that you can sync just like you do on your smartphone, tablet, or computers. Smart watches – like activity trackers and monitors, also calculate your biometric data and daily activity, but they are different because they have many more features. Most all smart watches also come with batteries that have varying degrees of life-span and charge, are also either water-resistant or water-proof, and have LED, OLED or touch-screens. They are tough and tested to withstand the everyday rigors of an active lifestyle, and are fashionably designed to impress even the most discerning of critics!
Tired of carrying your phone around all the time and worried about missing that call or date on your calendar? Now you can go hands-free all the time with your very own smart watch!