The Italian team behind this design is a mixed bag of IT engineers and designers, who combined fashion and functionality into a beautiful swooping design that’s unlike what we’ve seen so far. Pretty as it might look, it also seems like it would make an awkward fit unless that strap is made out of self-resizing unicorn hide.
The successor to the original iWatch concept comes rebooted with 32GB internal storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity to your other iThings, and a front-facing camera. What’s not so predictable is the integrated LCD projector to show off your snaps to more people, whether they like it or not. Seems a little fanciful to us.
This version might make for the best fit thanks to its elasticated fabric strap. It’s also the most technically thought through with its proposed A7 chipset, M7 co-processor, Bluetooth capability, and integration with the usual fitness apps. To encourage the complete Apple ecosystem buy-in, it also integrates with other iThings, even your Mac. Again, not convinced - that's too much power for one piece of smart wristwear to pack. If an hour's battery life sounds accptable, though, fill your boots.
While this might look like one of those snap-on bracelets of yesteryear, you'll most likely break your wrist if you try that with this. Tolga Tuncer’s version comes without a touchscreen, and interaction is allowed via a slim touchpad with MP3 controls so the display stays smudge-free.
So, which watch would you happily slap on your wrist? Let us know in the comments below.