The Atomic offers an impressive degree of power and connectivity for a device you wear on your wrist, but the issue is that much of the phone functionality isn’t designed to work on a screen this small. If you’re a light mobile user it may make sense, though.
The arrival of the Apple Watch has kick-started another flood of interest in the whole wearables concept, but like its Android Wear rival Apple’s timepiece still requires you to have a phone to make it function. This has been a common trait for smartwatches, which piggy-back off your mobile’s connectivity and – at worst – are only a benefit to those too lazy to extract their phone from their pocket.
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