Michael Kors' new Access Bradshaw smartwatch surfaces at the Google Store

Michael Kors' new Access Bradshaw smartwatch surfaces at the Google Store
If you don't know who Michael Kors is, all you need to know is that he runs a fashion house that designs and sells clothing and accessories. Now, a new Michael Kors Android Wear powered smartwatch has been listed in the Google Store, taking the place of the Huawei Watch. The name of the device is the Access Bradshaw; we kid you not. This is actually the second smartwatch from Kors to be offered. The first was called the Access Dylan.

The new Michael Kors smartwatch is priced at $350 and favors the "flat tire" shaped screen first made famous by the Motorola Moto 360. The 1.4-inch AMOLED display carries a 360 x 326 resolution. Inside, the Snapdragon 2100 wearables chip drives the watch, which has 512MB of RAM with 4GB of native storage. Wi-Fi connectivity is supported, and a 400mAh battery gives users a solid day of use. In the box is a magnetic wireless charger, and an extra buckle.

Measuring 45mm wide and 13mm thick, this device is made for a man who likes to flaunt his watch. If interested in the timepiece, simply click on the sourcelink. Tap on the slideshow for images of the Access Bradshaw.


source: GoogleStore via AndroidPolice

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4 Comments

1. dnomadic

Posts: 402; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Why would I buy this, REALLY... If I am not brand whor3, why would one buy this. This watch looks hideous in comparison to the Samsung/Huawei branded watches... Thanks for options,but I file this under the "why this option".

4. sgodsell

Posts: 7213; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

This is only one version. The gold version to me is the ugliest version. However the silver and black versions are a lot nicer. Besides most people would like their watch to be inconspicuous, and look like a regular watch. These watches have a solid steel construction. Plus they work with iOS and Android smartphones. Not to mention Android Wear 2.0 is going to be out in another month or two. So users can install apps on their Android Wear watches, without using a phone to install those apps on their watches. So this will be welcome news for iOS users as well. Since many iOS users cannot install Android Wear apps on their watches. But with 2.0 that all changes. Also there was no mention of the built in speaker, and that you could install music on this watch.

2. dnomadic

Posts: 402; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Why would I buy this, REALLY... If I am not brand whor3, why would one buy this. This watch looks hideous in comparison to the Samsung/Huawei branded watches... Thanks for options,but I file this under the "why this option".

3. DavMor0069

Posts: 266; Member since: Dec 09, 2015

And I thought the apple watch was ugly..

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