Intel releases smart bracelet

Intel releases smart bracelet

Intel is a company that is known for making chips and other computer hardware components but this has not stopped the acclaimed US company from releasing a new and rather interesting product – the MICA smart bracelet. In fact the device was first presented back in September but now customers can finally purchase it.

MICA stands for My Intelligent Communication Accessory and allows users to have access to text messages and notifications of incoming mails from important contacts as designated in Gmail. The device also has intelligent reminders, calendar and events notifications, priority notifications and more. As you can see MICA is basically a device that accompanies your smartphone. It has a battery that provides enough power for two days of usage and can be charged through a microUSB port.

MICA is a luxurious device, however – it has a cutting-edge design, premium finishes and 18K gold coating with a curved sapphire glass touch screen display. One style features black water snake skin, pearls from China and lapis stones from Madagascar, while the other style features white water snake skin, tiger’s eye from South Africa and obsidian from Russia.

The new Intel gadget will be sold only in the USA where you can obtain it for USD 495. The bracelet will be in stores in early December.

Source: Intel

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