Vector’s own take on what a smartwatch should be is an interesting one, if only because it removes a lot of the “smart” functionality in favor of longer battery and a more classic design. This isn’t a bad thing of course, and over the last month of using a Vector watch, I’ve come to realize that. Outside a few syncing issues, my Vector watch has done basically everything I would want a smartwatch to do: notifications, a basic app store, and a few other Vector-unique features. This is a smartwatch for those who want the added benefit of being able to count steps, see notifications on their wrist and take advantage of basic smartwatch functionality, not for those who are looking for a full-on smartwatch experience. You can imagine my surprise when I heard there was an actual smartwatch company out there who were actively supporting Windows 10 Mobile. After news broke that Microsoft had halted plans on a Microsoft Band 3, I started looking at alternatives to satisfy my need for a wearable. I’m a simple man: I want my watch to be able to show me notifications as they come in, count my steps, and perhaps a few other additional things. And to tell t...