Wearable are turning out to be the next big things, with other manufacturers trying to enter the market as well. There’s Pebble, Samsung’s Gear series, LG G Watch and several others in the making including the purported iWatch as well as the Moto 360.
If you’re looking for a smartwatch which looks a little premium and offers users with a decent set of features, take a look at Meta M1. There are eight configurations and premium finishes for the smartwatch which are up for pre-orders, with an expected shipping in September.
The prices start at $249, and goes as high as $449 depending on the configurations and finish material you decide to go for. The Meta M1 comes with support for iOS and Android smartphones, giving users the ability to check their notifications on their wrist.
“The META M1 is a collection of premium timepieces that just happen to be smart,” Says Bill Geiser, Meta Watch founder and CEO. “We’re proud to continue the traditional elements of watch making such as beautiful design, quality materials, fine craftsmanship, and attention to detail, and then carefully infuse modern technology to deliver a relevant, new consumer experience.”
The smartwatch supports notifications for 100s of apps, and is water-resistant up to 3 meters. The smartwatch comes with a bunch of watch faces, and the company touts its battery can last between five to seven days on a single charge. Best of all, it requires only two hours to fully charge the smartwatch.
Stainless steel case with black natural rubber band: $249.00
Stainless steel case with black genuine leather band: $299.00
Stainless steel case with stainless band: $349.00
Stainless steel case with white natural rubber band: $249.00
Stainless steel case with red natural rubber band: $249.00
Black stainless steel case with brown leather band: $399.00
Rose gold plated case with blue crocodile leather band: $399.00
Black stainless steel case with black stainless band: $449.00
Head over to their collections page, and find out if there’s any version which suits your needs.
Source: Meta M1Filed Under: Top News