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Omate to release two new affordable circular smartwatches

It seems like affordable smartwathes is the name of the game this early in 2015 as various OEMs and manufacturers claim that they have the best "cheapest" wearable in the market. The newest one to join the fray is Omate, known for producing stylish smartwatches, and this time around they're bringing more accessible (but not really less stylish) wearables, the Roma and the Racer.

Omate brings Lutetia, 1st smartwatch exclusively for women

Did you ever dream of having a jewel-encrusted, shiiny smartwatch that will make you feel like a million bucks? No? Well, someone probably did think of having something like that since we are getting something like it after all. Omate is introducing to the wearable market the Lutetia, the first smartwatch that is exclusively for women. This comes on the heel of the Omate X, which was being marketed to men who want their smartwatch with them all the time.

Omate X companion smartwatch promises a week per charge

Omate has announced the Omate X on the one-year anniversary of its Kickstarter project for the TrueSmart. The Omate X is a smartphone companion watch that will be the firm's next product. It will connect to a smartphone via Bluetooth and offer a premium metal look designed for standard 22mm watchbands. It promises a simple interface and will work with Android and iOS devices. Omate promises the X will have a week of runtime per charge and will be able to show social media updates, messages, reminders, and other notifications. Omate X pre-orders will kick off September 1 until the 30th with the watch priced at $129.