The Omate TrueSmart is a unique smartwatch, operating independently of smartphones, and providing a truly smart experience for buyers. It’s now available for pre-order having achieved its Kickstarter target.
The smartwatch revolution has struggled a little. The problem is that devices like the Galaxy Gear are expensive, and require the purchase of an expensive smartphone. You can’t buy and use a Gear unless you have a Galaxy Note or the latest Galaxy smartphone, and that’s a problem. Despite this, there is still some interest for the devices, and Omate could be the first company to really test the water and determine whether there is viability in the manufacture and sale of this wearable tech.
The TrueSmart concept was brought to market in the same way all good innovations are, now; via the Kickstarter crowd-funding website. It had, and met, an initial target of $100,000 and the company has now completed production of the device so it is ready to pre-order for anybody that is interested in buying. Continue reading