Google launches Android Wear smartwatch OS, LG G watch available to order today

Justin Kahn

TS Addict
Google's wearable tailored OS, Android Wear, was announced back in March and today at I/O the company said the tech is both ready for the public and fully available to developers. While the platform has already been adopted by companies...

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Jad Chaar

Elite Techno Geek
They all look generic. If I were to get an iWatch, it would probably be either the Moto 360 or maybe the upcoming iWatch.
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

TS Evangelist
Now why would I spend a fortune on a hunk a junk for my wrist when I can just as easily haul my smartishphone out of my pocket?
 

OliTheG

TS Member
So let me get this right. A SELLING point of one of these watches is that you don't have to turn it on to read the time, although because it's a digital screen it's still unreadable outdoors?

THIS IS WORSE THAN NORMAL WATCHES.

WHY DO HIPSTERS DO THIS?
 

Nobina

TS Evangelist
Smart watches are a gimmick, nobody needs them. They focus on showing you everything else except time, which is in the upper corner barely visible. They don't look nice at all, I prefer the looks of standard watches like I.E. Sector, Casio, Fossil and others...They all have nice watches.
 

Arris

TS Evangelist
I like how smart phones have become so big that accessory items with screens the size of an old feature phone's screen are being released to save you having to pull the 5inch+ device from your pocket. I'm not keen on having another device that I have to charge every day! If I had to have any device of this type it would be a Pebble watch.
 

Mugsy

TS Evangelist
If it doesn't have a camera, it won't run ALL Android apps... most notably Skype.

And what would the battery life be like? A watch that must be removed & recharged every eight hours is a non-starter.
 
G

Guest

Smart phones are a gimmick, nobody needs them. They focus on doing everything else except place calls, which is a tiny icon at the bottom barely visible. They don't look nice at all, I prefer the looks of flip phones like Razr, Messenger, Big Easy and others...They're all nice phones.