Archos will be debuting three new smartwatches before the end of summer and from what we've seen so far, they could already be ahead of the game. Each of the devices are drastically different — the low range model starting at $50 and the top model at $120.
The low-end model, Archos' direct Pebble competitor, has a black & white memory LCD screen, button controls and boasts 1-2 weeks of battery life. The mid-range device features a capacitive LCD color screen with notifications and various apps. The high-end model has an E-ink display, curved screen and 1-2 week battery life.
Overall it looks like Archos has some great offerings for their first attempt at smartwatches — not only offering up one device, but three. Just a few months until we get to give them the full review treatment, but for now check out the video above for all the goods.