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Crafted by Italian manufacturer I'm, the I'm Watch is big, bold, and made from aluminum. It also has the ability to sport multiple watch faces such as the standard one here.
When you power up the I'm Watch, the device proudly displays its branded splash screen. After that, it boots up into its own custom version of Android.
Like its smartwatch competitors from Sony, Motorola, and Pebble, the I'm Watch runs applications such as an address book, calendar, e-mail, and even Twitter.
The main screen displays the time, and you can scroll through app icons along the bottom.
One my favorite applications preloaded on the I'm Watch is a world clock that can show the time in many time zones. I also like its retro LED-like readout.
In terms of strap size, the I'm Watch doesn't mess around. Its rubbery wristband is very wide yet comfortable.
On the left side of the I'm Watch is its charging port. The jack uses a special 3.5mm headphone plug, which then connects to a standard USB port. You can also see one of the I'm Watch's speakers.
On the right side of the I'm Watch sits the device's circular power button. Also placed here is the watch's other speaker.