UNBOXED: Reviewing the Fossil Q Founder
Other than the Apple Watch, you don’t hear too often about certain brands’ smart watches. Sure, they exist. But the market hasn’t necessarily taken off as fast as makers—and tech enthusiasts for that matter—would’ve liked. Android Wear is out there, and it’s certainly helping in the sense that it’s allowing developers to create smartwatches that are compatible across mobile platforms (to an extent).
But the best part about Android Wear is that, because of the software’s open nature (as opposed to Apple) its attracting the well-established watch brands into the tech world and enabling them to create products that stay true to their craft, but also appeal to a younger, techier consumer.