You guys have to check out this Kairos smartwatch! It’s quite unbelievable, just like the price on this new Hisense TV. Also, Samsung may be stepping into new territory and competing against the Oculus Rift.
We don’t get excited over many smartwatches anymore. Especially if they don’t come with Android Wear, but Kairos has quite an amazing idea brewing up. This is still a concept, but the manufacturer claims they will have these amazing smartwatches out in the market by December.
What makes them so special is that they are both mechanical and digital. As you can see in the video below, the device will have a capacitive layer and transparent screen above the traditional mechanical apparatus.
There will be two models available, the Kairos MSW and SSW. These are quite stunning, to say the least, but they will also be quite pricey, ranging from $499 to $1,199.
Opinion: The Moto 360 is a sexy smartwatch, but there is something about the Kairos designs that just screams fashion. These will look very good, but probably won’t offer as much functionality as Android Wear.
Want a large TV that doesn’t force you to break the bank? Hisense has just released a great 55-inch option that also runs on Android. You know, just the cherry on top. What’s most exciting here is that it costs only $700 USD, which is quite impressive for any TV this size.
The TV runs on Android 4.2.2 and will be available exclusively through Walmart. It comes named as the Hisense H6.
Opinion: Though Hisense is not really known for making great TVs, this might be a great affordable screen to opt for. I would get the extended warranty, though. Just in case.
Samsung is not one to shy away from new ideas. They are often among the first to try out new technologies and this time they are aiming at a very interesting market. New rumors tell us Samsung is now working on a device like the Oculus Rift.
This VR head-mounted device would probably play well with Android games, as it’s said to be a peripheral that connects to your smartphones or tablets. It should come with OLED displays and affordability is said to be a huge focus.
Opinion: I have tested the Oculus Rift and must say it is a very immersive system. It would be great if it could be more affordable and accessible to everyone. What could be the right price, though?