Show Report: MyKronoz

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By Jesse Hollington

Social Media & Software Editor, iLounge
Published: Tuesday, January 7, 2014

MyKronoz was displaying its lineup of Swiss-designed smart watches. Available in nine different models with unique and atypically fashionable designs, these accessories pair with an iPhone via Bluetooth and can be used to notify the user of incoming calls and text messages, including caller ID display, as well as playing and controlling music on the paired device. A built-in mic and speaker allows for hands-free calling and an anti-lost alert lets you know if you’ve left your iPhone behind.

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    ZeBracelet ($70) is a fashionable bracelet design that incorporates a simple OLED screen for displaying the time as well as incoming Caller ID information from a paired phone. The watch also incorporates hands-free calling, anti-lost alert, and music control.

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    ZeWatch ($70) is a more traditional watch design with an elongated rectangular OLED screen that displays the time during normal use as well as the Caller ID when and incoming call is received on the paired device. The standard hands-free calling, anti-lost alert, and music control features are also included.

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    ZeNano ($130) is a more advanced model that incorporates a colour LCD screen and adds the ability to sync contacts and call history with a paired iPhone as well as initiating calls directly from the wrist. Included headphones allow it to be used to listen to music through the watch, and a voice-recorder feature is also built-in. ZeNano can also be removed from the wrist strap and worn in other ways, and the company also sells alternative wristbands to allow users to change their styling.

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gotta say Apple products will grows on ppl. it’s hard to ignroe the advance technology and touch based interface n sensors n thing I wonder is if it allows for webcam, lol I can see the need to buy add-ons such as a dock of some sort. people may want it to sit up while webchatting. it’ll be inconvenient for some to balance on the lap or have to hold on to it the whole time while video conferencing..definitely the book reading will be great, espcially if for those who travel, just buy it online then can read on the go instead of bringing along a print copy, although I still enjoy the feel of a novel in hand.

Posted by Fernanda on October 9, 2014 at 3:23 AM (CDT)

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