[CES 2015] Omate is no stranger to the world of smartwatches, and this time around, they intend to get the new year off on the right footing with the MediaTek Aster chipset (MT2502) underneath the hood of the Roma (which you are able to see second from right), while the Racer timepiece would offer a rugged and of course, sportier look as opposed to its more delicate siblings. These two new models will carry the main functionality of being notification timepieces complete with basic activity tracking, all featuring a customizable watch face and a battery life that ought to last for an entire week under normal use circumstances.
The Omate Racer will cost $99 a pop for a pre-order of it – as long as this pre-order is placed between January 5th and 15th, where after that the early bird discount will fly off, leaving you to rue the fact that you would then have to fork out $129 for it. Shipping is tipped to kick off at the end of next month.
Pricing details concerning the Omate Roma remains to be revealed, but we do know that Omate has struck up a brand new partnership with the Richline Group, enabling the reach of these timepieces to arrive at both US and UK retailers later this March.