Smart watches: A new age technological advancement

Smart watches: A new age technological advancement

One of the most wonderful gadgets invented in the pre eras of the Industrial Revolution are the wristwatches. Even though in this modern world wristwatches do not live up to the high-end technologies and innovations, still they have their own charm. Watches have gone through a hell lot of evolution for not only increasing their accuracy and decreasing in time loss, but also to improve their looks as well as maintain them. The latest addition in making the watches a gadget, in t    he true sense is the invention of smart watches.

The smart watch does innumerable other jobs along with the basic function of time keeping. Essentially, they are computerized. The earliest models had a limited scope in their functionality. They could perform only elementary tasks like playing games, calculations, translations, etc. The latest and the modern forms are as good as wearing computers on one’s wrist. The ways smart watches functions are many. They can either function via a mobile app or even work on any particular operating system. 

It is a very general observation that they even house all the qualities of a full featured mobile phone and even can make and receive calls. They are usually connected with wireless ear sets for the call purposes. Almost all the features that are present in a typical smart phone can be accessed via a smart watch as well including storages like SD card or battery recharging techniques. They are capable of gathering information with both internal as well as external sensors.


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