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Michael Kors outs Android Wear-powered smartwatch

American luxury fashion brand, Michael Kors, has entered the smart wearable arena with the announcement of their Android Wear-powered smartwatch – the Michael Kors Access.

The Michael Kors Access comes in two designs – glamorous for women and sporty for men. It features a touch screen display that shows exclusive Michael Kors display faces as well as interchangeable leather and silicone wristbands.

Like most Android Wear smartwatches, it has built-in fitness tracking, voice-activated Google, and can display social media updates, text and e-mail alerts, app notifications, and Smart help from Google.

The Michael Kors Access smartwatch will retail starting at $395 and will be available in Michael Kors stores, MichaelKors.com and select department and specialty stores in fall 2016.

source: Michael Kors
via: Engadget

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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1 Response

  1. WarrenC. says:

    It has that same blank area at the bottom part similar to the Moto360, which is ugly no matter which way you look at it–it’s like your display panel has a dead pixel void at the bottom.

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