Michael Kors, the popular brand of fashion accessories is putting it’s foot into the smartwatch market. There are two watches named “Dylan” and “Bradshaw”, which is part of a line called Access, according to The Verge. These watches begin pricing at $350 and are available now in 18 countries including the US and the UK.
The biggest feature on these watches is what lots of competitors seem to be including, custom watch faces. According to The Verge, these watch faces can be set to a schedule and changed automatically during the day, which is a unique feature. Much like other smartwatches on the market you can change your face to match your look, personality, etc.
These watches are similar to MK’s other watches, just “smarter”, because of this they are heavier and bulkier than your typical smartwatch. Some of the additional features include tracking your activity, although the device doesn’t include a heart rate monitor. the processor under the hood is a “Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100” it also has a “320 x 290” touchscreen that supports color, The Verge reports.
These watches are both for men and women, the Dylan being for men and the Bradshaw being for a woman. The difference between these two watches isn’t anything but design, and you can clearly tell which is which. Are you interested in this $350 Android MK watch? Let us know in the comments below.
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Via: | The Verge |