Technology is moving at a very fast pace such that we are no longer able to keep up with it. The first piece of wearable technology was the Google Glass, then followed the smart watches, where we have the Pebble running both iOS and Android, Galaxy Gear running Android and now the Moto 360.
In ordinary terms, wearable tech is any technology that one adorns on his/her body. Wearable tech takes the form of conventional bodily accessories that we put on our bodies, for instance our reading glasses, our Rolexes or Audemars Piguet watches and so on and so forth.
The geeks at these billion dollar companies are never asleep and are up to ensure that the future belongs to them. In a fashion sense of view, one might not agree to put on wearable technology because they lack a fashionable touch and look all techy. Look at watches by Audemars Piguet, Rolex, Breitling, TAG Heuer, or even Patek Phillipe; these are very impressive luxury watches and impressive in the sense that they are fashionable. They are often shiny, elegant, classy and very welcoming to the hand. Hans Wilsdorf, the founder of Rolex dreams of a watch that is precise, elegant and reliable.
But then what is more reliable than the Galaxy Gear, the Pebble or the Moto 360. In fact the, Moto 360 is the most elegant time piece or wearable tech yet.
Moto 360, is the first watch based on Googles Android Wear. The Moto 360 bears a round face, unlike the others that have been launched so far that have a funny connotation of the square shape. Like other forms of wearable tech, running the Google Android operating system the Moto 360 features the “Ok Google” voice control hightlighted by Google for its new spin-off OS.
The Moto 360 is a surprisingly different type of wearable tech which focuses on fashion first rather technology. It has a premium feel to the hand and uses very high end raw materials in its construction. The Moto 360 also comes in a plethora of styles, and will launch beginning this summer starting with the US first.
The hardware features “subtle alerts and notifications,” and Motorola is selling it as a premium, fashion-first advice that uses high-end materials in its construction. It’s coming in a variety of styles as well, and should launch this summer beginning in the U.S. first.
Android Wear OEM partners have differentiated their approaches to wearable tech; LG’s G watch focuses on being essenttially a straight forward notification window, with utility as its strong suite, while the Moto 360 spots a design that is more for the fashion savvy, as a way to give up your classic, elegant Rolex or in my case my TAG Heuer. This is the digital age and now how many of you are willing to give up their analogue devices and join the smart revolution. Its up to you.
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