I -- Scott Stein and here's the luxury tech show in new York and this -- -- amber -- -- that runs on --
Well it's not really and gridlock but it is an -- read --
It's a company called Android that makes watches and actually they've had been right so -- -- Android since 1990 wine.
So they're going to be the only Android watcher ever likely to --
But it doesn't run Android operating system it actually runs its own operating system that works on Android phones.
And -- OS and it's got a full feature set Bluetooth it's got a pedometer it's got a stopwatch.
It's got voice -- can make and receive phone calls that you get messages.
It's even got music controls and -- runs on Android in Iowa stones --
These are available for 200 dollars.
Entering a pretty crowded marketplace.
But available in a variety of funky colors and it comes with an actual genuine -- -- and matches the -- that you choose.
It's here at the larger tec expo but it's not Christ you are out of the market compared to other Smart -- haven't tested it out -- by the looks big.
That is however fully featured.
So that there is some consideration I'm Scott Stein and that's a look at the integrates Smart watch us here at the luxury text -- in New York.
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