Microsoft Unveils Smartwatch
Microsoft is poised to rejoin the wearables race after abandoning its Band 2 device last year. Its latest, yet to be named, TrekStor-designed watch is aimed squarely at B2B customers and will run Windows 10 Core.
The device is capable of running complete Universal Apps directly from the wrist, with a direct connection to the cloud.
Measuring 1.54in, the watch comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and it uses Azure Cloud and Microsoft Cognitive Services.
“The TrekStor IoT Wearable allows various functions to be reported to the right place without any communicative detours, and messages can be transmitted silently in real-time or verbally via voice messages,” said Microsoft.