This episode we talk about our upcoming Women of Webster interviews, National Women’s Month, and our most recent Women of Webster interview with Micheline Hess. We announce our contest to win a King Kravate bow tie, talk about the Martian Notifier and Cogito smartwatches, and talk about the benefits of half-lined and unlined suits and blazers for the spring and summer. Tune in for all the details.
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WOW Interview w/ Micheline Hess: http://bit.ly/1cASuQh
I think therefore I am! Originally written by Rene Decartes as Cogito ergo sum, this philosophical statement has lent itself to the name of a new smartwatch line simply entitled Cogito. Brought to us by Connectedevice, Ltd, the same company behind the Cookoo, the Cogito seeks to combine the functionality, style, and size of a standard watch with the standard connectivity that one would desire.
The main difference with Cogito when compare other smartwatches is that the Cogito seeks to be a true companion device to your cell phone, and not an extension or replacement like others in the category. Cogito is very similar to the preciously featured Martian Notifier, where by it seeks to and excels at notifying you of the most important aspects of your phone.
With its seemingly seemless integration of notifications, time, style, and price (MSRP $180), the Cogito seems poised the strike the right cord with the masses. Your time does matter with Cogito, and you can find out more at CogitoWatch.com.
Checkout this in depth look at the Cogito by the Smartwatchfans.com.
Take a look at the stylish promotional video for the Cogito.