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    The Microsoft Band may be dead, but it appears Windows 10 on wearables certainly is not.
    Microsoft has today unveiled (via MSPU) a new Windows 10 powered wearable device by Trekstor, described as a "B2B commercial-grade wearable for the Industry". The device has no name, but closely resembles that of a smartwatch, with a 1.54 inch screen, and powered by Windows 10 IoT Core.


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    04-24-2017 10:30 AM

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