3 Nifty Smart Watches at CES 2013
Move over, Dick Tracy. The Martian Watch is here to give everyone a taste of what it feels like to field calls from your wrist. The Martian Watch is all about voice control, and it uses Bluetooth to let you know who’s calling and answer calls. It can even read back text messages while you’re driving.
The Martian Watch looks the most like an actual watch compared with the rest of the smart watches I saw at CES. It supports voice control with both Android and Apple iOS operating systems, and there’s a (very) tiny screen at the bottom of the watch that communicates with your phone to show you who’s calling, and give you a 40-character preview of text messages.
Like the I’m Watch, the Martian Watch is another pricey piece of tech, starting at $299. The first watches produced will go out to Kickstarter backers in February, and then sales will be opened to the public.