The Epic Signature Edition is the latest smartwatch that aims to provide a wrist-borne extension or replacement of your smartphone. Like other smartwatches, this watch can make calls, receive texts, capture and display photos, run apps and browse the web.
Like other Epic wearables, the Epic Signature Edition is fitted with a 1.3-megapixel camera and can pack microSD cards with up to 32 GB capacity. The watch runs on the Java operating system and is equipped with GPS capability and a heart rate monitor, and is capable for running for 72 hours at a time on a full charge. It has a 2-inch 320 x 240 LCD display.
Epic has taken to Indiegogo to attempt to raise funds for production of the Epic Signature Edition smartwatch. A pledge of $249 will secure you one of these smartwatches in February 2015
The Epic Signature Edition Smartwatch Can Take High-Quality Photos
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