Recently, Michael Kors formally entered the smart watch market with the Michael Kors Access series of luxury watches. It includes two versions, Bradshaw and Dylan, which blend fashionable personality design and innovative sophisticated technology.
The two wristwatches run on the Android Wear wearable operating system, designed for fashion personages, using a unique surface designed by Michael Kors, and supporting a replaceable strap that allows users to choose metal, leather, or silica gel bands according to their own preferences. As far as the operating system is concerned, the two watches will be updated by Android Wear 2 later this year.
Michael Kors provides dozens of surface options for Bradshaw and Dylan, which allows users to customize their unique appearance for their watches. At the same time, users can also set up Michael Kors Access, so that it can automatically change different surfaces at different times of the day. For example, users can use traditional surfaces during office hours and automatically change their settings to some more interesting surfaces after work at 6 p.m.
These two watches all use a circular display with a resolution of 320 x 290, which shows that their display effect is not very clear and sharp after trial. At the same time, their display screens are not complete circles.