IBM unveiled the first of its titanium road bikes at CES 2017 on Friday, but there’s plenty of excitement surrounding the new titanium watch that also looks a bit like a real-life ceramic tile.
The watch has a stainless steel casing that can be used for a variety of uses, including security systems and a battery pack.
The titanium watch was unveiled in a video released by IBM and includes a titanium ceramic tile and an integrated touch display.
It’s one of many smartwatch features that are slated to launch with the release of IBM’s first smartwatch.
The first smart watch with a titanium shell was announced by Sony in September, but the company’s wearable device is expected to launch this year.IBM is not the only tech company to unveil titanium smartwatches.
The Chinese company Gionee announced a titanium watch last year and Samsung has a titanium smartwatch on the way.
But the watches that are most closely tied to technology will likely be the most expensive.
The new titanium roadbikes are a bit of a departure for IBM.
The company previously unveiled a titanium road watch in 2016 and said the titanium watch would be the companys first smartwand.
The company initially made the watch in titanium and then added the ceramic tile to the watch to make it more attractive to the titanium market.
IBM is selling titanium road watches in four colors: green, black, white and black with silver accents, for $2,199.IBMs titanium road smartwatch will be available for purchase in November.
The watch has already been sold out in stores, and the company plans to ship the watch as soon as the watch hits shelves in October.
The IBM watch is an evolution of the company s titanium road bicycle, the Titanium Road, which debuted in 2015.
The Titanium Road is a $2 million watch with ceramic tile that can travel up to 60 miles (97 kilometers) per hour.
The new watch is also expected to offer a touchscreen that can show real-time traffic information.
The titanium road will be priced at $2.7 million and will be manufactured in a facility in Mexico.
It will ship in November, but it’s not clear when it will hit shelves.