Omate’s upcoming Lutetia is a circular watch that hopes to appeal to women in ways that current smartwatches may not.
Omate, the company behind the TrueSmart, is returning to the smartwatch game once again, this time with a device that’s more akin to the Pebble and other notification-focused watches.
Apple, if all reports are correct, now has two manufacturers for their watch, and a team of 100-plus engineers working on the device.
Another piece of wearable technology, the Omate TrueSmart, is absolutely annihilating its Kickstarter campaign right now. With 23 days to go, the smartwatch is nearly 400% funded, and close to a stretch goal of $500,000.