What time is it? Time to realize that Garmin has created a smartwatch to compete with the Apple Watch.
The all-purpose watch is part identifier (with an altimeter and a barometer), part Fitbit (checking heart rate, stride rate, and a litany of other rates), and part sleek-looking timekeeper. Plus, this luxury watch's price emphasizes the luxury part with a price tag of $1,500.00. Garmin's still trying to move away from the GPS image with this cool, new gadget, and it will be intriguing to see how much revenue Garmin can swipe from Apple.