Intel revealed its latest wearable device on Wednesday, a high-tech high-fashion smart bracelet.
The company partnered with fashion house Opening Ceremony to create a smart bracelet called the MICA, which stands for "My Intelligent Communication Accessory."
The cuff features a 1.6-inch curved touchscreen display made of sapphire glass, one of the most durable kinds of glass. The device will be sold in Barney's stores in time for the holiday season. The company did not disclose a price.
While many wearable smartwatches and devices tend to be bulky and nondiscreet, this device was really created to fit into a woman's wardrobe, said Aysegul Ildeniz, Intel's vice president of Business Development and Strategy in the New Devices Group
"We wanted to make a jewelry piece that women would love to wear and be proud to wear," she said.