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The Nex Evolution Wearable Has Shortcut Buttons Built into It

 - Jan 9, 2017
References: thenexband & thenextweb
Most wristband wearables serve a specific purpose, like tracking one's steps or giving users alerts, but the Nex Evolution's purpose is variable depending on the person wearing it. The smart wristband from Montreal-based Might Cast is designed to be a blank canvas, offering near complete customization to satisfy the unique needs of each user.

The Nex Evolution looks like most other wearables, with a low-key black design. Its most obvious design difference is that the screen is divided into five sections called Mods. Each of these Mods, which are differentiated from one another by color-coded LEDS, can be programmed with several different functions. For instance, a double tap could tell it to pause a song or a long press could turn on one's home thermometer.