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MICA - Intel New Smart Bracelet That Doesn't Erase Fashion Line

Intel MICA Bracelet

Some things we may have overlooked in the past and thought to serve for a single purpose might turn out to be more useful in the near future, starting from household appliances to fashion accessories. We've seen smart cup, smart bag, smart suitcase, lots of smartwatches and now smart bracelet has come to join the queue.

Intel in partnership with fashion brand "Opening Ceremony" has launched a new wearable device called MICA, the acronym of which stand for "My Intelligent Communication Accessory".

Unlike other wearable device that comes in form of a watch, MICA is a bracelet that is specifically meant for fashion-forward women. Ofcourse, only few men uses bracelet. You might ask what is so special about this bracelet? If we are asked to chooe a word to fully describe it, we would use the word "mini gadget". We use mini because it goes along with the fashion trend too.

Intel MICA Bracelet on Wrist

The bracelet is made of lapis stone coated with 18K of gold. According to Intel, it can be use to send text messages and receive notification via its curved sapphire touchscreen display. MICA can also be link up with social networking sites such as Google Calender and Facebook, and receive recommendations of nearby stores and restaurant via Yelp.

The bracelet is a stand-alone device that does not rely on other mobile device such as a smartphone. Its battery can last up to two days in a single charge. It will be exclusively available in the U.S from early December at a price of US$495 (Roughly NGN 82,000 Nigeria Naira).



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