French manufacturer Archos has announced that it will bring its own line of wearable mobile phones to the CES 2014.
The company will bring a range of smartwatches that are compatible with both Apple's iOS and Google's Android operating systems, which should see its appeal extended to a number of users.
It will also be a far more budget-friendly option for consumers as Archos will offer it at prices of as little as £50.
The first images of the device from the manufacturer indicate that it will look a lot like the Pebble smartwatch.
Interestingly, the date on the gadget shows January 5th, perhaps indicating that the company could give more details before the CES kicks off in Las Vegas on January 7th.
It's expected that Archos will bring a number of other devices to the tech show including a tablet. However, when we will get to see the smartwatch is unclear as the company hasn't announced an official release date, though we may not have to wait that long to find out.
Posted by Samantha Green