It looks like magic…but it’s not. Aria is a hands-free remote that recognizes your finger movements from the wrist. You wear it, calibrate it and it will work. Aria takes advantage of a brand new set of sensors capable of detecting different finger tapping, flicking and other movements. The device is worn inside the watch strap and is so sleek and comfortable that you will hardly notice it.
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