Estimated delivery: July 2013
Status: The first "couple thousand devices" started shipping a couple weeks ago — more than a year behind schedule — according to an update on Amiigo's Website.
The pitch:MEMI is a smart bracelet "made for women by women," with notifications for calls, text messages and calendar alerts.
Funded: November 2013 on Kickstarter for $101,144
Estimated delivery: August 2014
Status: An August 6 update says the product is taking more time and costing more money than its creators anticipated, so the makers have "decided to hit the pause button" on manufacturing until they can raise additional funds. Early backers shouldn't expect their bracelets until next spring.
The pitch: This high-tech ring has an LED display that shows the time and serves up notifications from iOS and Android devices.
Funded: December 2013 on IndieGogo for $297,699
Estimated delivery: April 2014
Status: The creators just announced a new design that promises 30 percent more battery life over the original, but it's very different from the original concept. Backers can apparently still get the original design if they want. There's no word on when either of the rings will ship.
The pitch: This smartwatch has an earpiece that allows "private calling" similar to a smartphone. It also promises gesture controls, notifications and standalone apps.
Funded: September 2013 on Kickstarter for $616,231
Estimated delivery: December 2013
Status: The creators have reportedly started shipping one of its designs in a single band size, but most other models are still in production.
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