Fashion brand Kate Spade introduced touch-screen smart watches
Kate Spade, in collaboration with the Fossil Group, today unveiled three smart watches at CES powered by the Android Wear 2.0 operating system with full touchscreen functionality. This Kate Spade touch-screen smart watch comes in three different styles: two rose gold cases, one with a leather strap, one with a bracelet and one with a gold case with a black strap. All three products are made of stainless steel. Each watch comes with a 1.2-inch OLED display and an ambient light sensor. On the software side, there are some surfaces that display New York taxi information, speeding information or displaying new notifications. The watch also runs an app called Select Appearance that asks the wearer for a series of questions about the time of day, the hues of jewelry, the color of the handbag and the color of the garment, and then creating a dial for the occasion coloring scheme. Like many other touchscreen smartwatches, the Kate Spade touchscreen smartwatch battery has a single charge life of approximately 24 hours. They have a microphone, so users can use Google Assistant, but did not pay NFC, there is no built-in GPS, there is no wrist-type heart rate sensor. The Kate Spade touchscreen smartwatch will be shipping in mid-February, with the bracelet version priced at $ 325 and the leather strap version at $ 295.