I'm still not sold on the whole 'smartwatch' idea. Email and text message notifications aren't really worth having to wear a watch. Until it gives some useful functionality that I can't get on my smartphone I just don't see the reason. As a fashion statement, or for those that receive a large number of text/email in a day, I can see some utility. But for the vast majority of people it just doesn't make sense, especially with Google Glass just around the corner.
Another reason the Microsoft SPOT watch failed: it was as big as a Fred Flinstone sundial. Because of that, only some men wanted to buy it and no women. Watches are as much about fashion as they are about functionality. I am not convinced that the new watch manufacturers have learned this lesson.
I have a pebble and it does just what I want, screen calls and texts without having to pull out phone, unlock it etc. Lasts a week between charges, can swim with it. I have a Droid Maxx and it keeps it unlocked as a trusted device very cool.
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