Android Wear-powered Michael Kors Access smartwatches start at $350
It’s not every day that designers out of the tech fraternity venture into the smartwatch arena. Altering the scenario, acclaimed handbag designer Michael Kors launched Access, a line of smartwatches that combines fitness, technology and fashion in single device. Michael Kors Access comprises Bradshaw and Dylan watches which run Android Wear. Bradshaw is an all-metal smartwatch for the more sophisticated, while Dylan is sportier smartwatch.
Starting at $350, the Dylon smartwatch come in three different dial colors and six different interchangeable bands. The bands are made of silicone and leather. Bradshaw smartwatch on the other hand comes in three different metallic dial colors and matching straps. The watches have a Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset and are compatible with Android and iOS. The watches have a 360mAh touting about 2 days of backup, Bluetooth 4.1 for connectivity and 4GB of internal storage.
The smartwatches come with endless face customization options. You can change the dial, hands and other watch highlights according to your mood.
If you’re a more health conscious one, you can get all workout details on the watch, thanks to the built-in fitness and activity tracker. Michael Kors Access is voice activated. The users can search web or set alerts with voice commands alone.
If you’re fond on large watch dials, Michael Kors Access collection is made for you.