Since Apple introduced its new i Watch, which will be available in 2015, that is a little crazy for smart watches. But what can be done with such a show and its cost, around $350, is it worthwhile?
Even highly anticipated, Apple Watch isn’t the first smart to come on the market watch. Samsung has already launched three Smart Watches Gear. Meanwhile, the Montreal start-up Neptune sent in August the first copies of his watch Pine to people who have supported her through the crowdfunding.
The Pebble watch also saw the day through a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, which has raised more than 10 million $. It is the project that has collected the most funds since the launch of the Kickstarter platform in 2009. And in July 2013, the first Pebble models, marketed at $150, flew in a few days. Since then, a second watch, the Pebble Steel, has emerged.
The Benefits Some
These touch screen LED watches to receive notifications from CentralLEDWatch.com to the arrival of a new message text, call or e-mail and new activities on social networks. Applications also give the opportunity to its smart watch a tracker of activities, a remote control, or a GPS Navigator.
What’s the point to have on his wrist to the features that you already have on his cell phone? “It’s nice not having to get out his phone from his pocket to read a message or make a check-in on Foursquare, especially in winter,” says Clement Vial, a young web developer who is the proud owner of a Pebble Steel for six months.
Maria-Rosa Lonetto, his wife evolving yet away from the technology industry, is of the same opinion. “It’s really good, because it allows me to avoid missing calls, watch my phone being often in silent mode or in my bag, precise one that has a Pebble. And it is an advantage to see what e-mail on his watch or message returned on his phone to decide whether it is important to get out his cell phone to answer or not.”
Despite the practical side of their shows, these two users consider it unnecessary. “If I leave at home to recharge his battery, she don’t miss it,” says Clement. It is a product especially designed for an audience of geeks.»
But the arrival of the Apple Watch might come game changer in democratizing the use of these still little popular watches of the general public. “I see more value in the Apple Watch than in the Pebble”, believes Clement.
The smart watch of Apple may collect data on his health, such as heart rate, blood pressure or the number of steps made by day. This ability to take better care of his health through his shows could make the difference for many users. Why? Because a study by the GfK Institute highlighted the fact that potential consumers are more excited by the function activity tracking by the fact of being able to make calls or to notify messages and emails.
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