A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft announced a wearable from the OEM TrekStor running Windows 10 IoT Core. The device is build for companies and not for consumers. Nevertheless, the wearable is a really cool example of what Windows 10 IoT can do on such a device. The TrekStor wearable is currently getting presented at Microsoft’s Build Conference in Seattle. WindowsCentral had the chance to make a video of the IoT device.
The TrekStor Wearable comes with many sensors, has microphones and offers remote camera management. The interface of the watch can be configured individually by every company since Windows 10 IoT Core does not have a UI. UWP apps can be installed on the wearable which is expected to by available for companies in Q3 of this year. Currently there are no plans for a consumer version.