Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
This wearable smart devices market report says the consumer market has leaned toward smart devices, with a wide range of services and applications being developed, including those for wearable smart devices. As screen sizes of smartphones continue to inch up, small-sized and wearable devices that are either service-oriented or with extended functions have room for development. Smart services can be divided into three sectors: apps, wearable devices and new smart products. Wearable devices with smart functions are the combination of services and technologies to help vendors set foot into the smart device market.
Only companies with strong brand image, big cloud computing capability and large scale service resources stand a chance of developing a smart device with internet connection. For example, Google’s smart glasses - otherwise, wearable smart devices and services are better be positioned as extended or auxiliary gadgets instead of a standalone device with Internet connection.
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Touching on the development of the wearable smart devices, including development motivations, development roadmap, key design areas and major players' strategic planning for products, wearable smart devices are to become available on the market. This will include smart watches developed by Cisco, Sony, Samsung, Sony and LG, and smart glasses by Google, as well as a wide range of health applications such as sports bands and pulse tracker.
List of Companies
Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include: Casio, iBitz, I'm SpA, mio Alpha, Motorola, Nike, Samsung, Sony, TomTom and Vuzix.
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Companies and organizations analyzed or mentioned in the report include:
A-kerr, Acer, ,Allwinner, Amazon, AMD, Amlogic, Apple, ASUS, BAK, BOE, BYD, Century Display, Compal, DynaPack, Founder, Google, Goworld, HP, Hynix, InfoTM, Infovision, Intel, Inventec, Ka Shui International, Lenovo, Leyden, Lision, MediaTek, Micron, Microsoft, Nissa, Nvidia, O-film, Panasonic, Pegatron, Quanta, Rockchip, Samsung, SanDisk, Sanyo, Shennan Circuit Company, Simplo, Simplo, Sony, Sunny Optical, Tianma Micro, Tongda, Toshiba, TPK, Truly Semi, Q-Technology, WinTek, Wistron, Young Fast
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