The smartwatch is still rocking back and forth trying to find its true calling. Manufacturers are exploring all sorts of compromises between the all-out bright colorful displays and the classic mechanical watches and with features ranging from comprehensive activity tracking and voice calls to simple notifications.
It closer to the latter where Vector is positioning its lineup of smartwatches. A traditional case, either a 44mm round one, or a 40.5mm-tall rectangular one, comes in a choice of either plain brushed stainless steel or in black, rose cold and champagne gold colors. 22mm straight or tapered leather straps or a 22mm steel bracelet complete the classic look.
Only, you won't find a mechanical movement inside and the watch face will be shown on an always-on monochrome display - customizable, naturally. In terms of design, that helps mask the otherwise huge bezels - with white hands on black background, they don't pop out as much.
The smartwatch connects via Bluetooth to your phone (anything running iOS 8, Android 4.4 or WP 8.1 or newer versions) and can display notifications and reminders, and... Well, that's about it.
There's no heart rate monitor, step counter, GPS or any of that fitness tracking stuff. But the smartwatch will be able to last a whole month on a single charge, Vector says. Try that, Apple/Huawei/LG G watches.
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These smartwatches are still incomparable to traditional & simple watches (that includes Casio watches). I'd go for a smartphone but not a smartwatch.