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  • The smartwatch that's moved beyond apps
  • The smartwatch that's moved beyond apps
    Olio Devices (2015) ©
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The smartwatch that's moved beyond apps

Does a smart watch really need to have its own messaging app? Or an mp3 player? That's the thinking behind the Model One smartwatch developed by Olio. Rather than giving you separate apps, Olio's watch gives you everything you need to stay connected in one unified interface.

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