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Victorinox and Acer will introduce wearable technology in the Victorinox Swiss Army

True, the event is closely linked to the mobile phone, but not it won’t be only about those at the Mobile World Congress, and the proof was the event last year when we saw some of the potential smartwatches and of course various other gadgets. I’m not mistaken if I say that every year wearables have been gaining ground in this competition and little by little they are making room in our life.

In this case, as the title says we will talk about two great companies join forces to gain a foothold in the sector of smartwatches. Acer and Victorinox together to enter the wearable technology in the catalog of Victorinox Swiss Army, this will be discussed in the MWC as it is a smart accessory for INOX watches

This is part of the statement they sent to the press and it seems could go innovative and interesting products in this sector that is growing day by day. Alexander Bennouna, director of Victorinox Swiss Army SA, confirms that this agreement will allow them get more out of their products to the two companies:

Our first collaboration with Acer is a wearable device that provides intelligence at its watch, making it a multi-functional tool, like our famous Swiss Army knife. Our collaboration with Acer allows us to introduce a unique solution that takes full advantage of both technologies. It is an innovative wearable with art and functionality incorporating the INOX watches, without affecting the integrity and durability of Swiss Made.

The aim of this collaboration is simple as discussed in this release, they want to create innovative solutions for users to enjoy a unique dressing device. In the case of Acer, we guarantee 40 years of experience in information technology and communication. Victorinox on the other hand has a history of 130 years is closely related to craftsmanship, tradition, quality and innovation of consumer products.

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