Another new week, another new concept. This time we have a Windows watch concept that brings Cortana, the digital voice assistant on your wrists.

Goes without saying that if Microsoft ever launches a smartwatch, Cortana is going to be left, right and center of that wearable device — it just has to be. Anyway, Redmond is believed to be very close to unveiling its smartwatch. In the next few weeks, according to some.

But that’s not stopping designers from cooking up their own concepts, in many cases using reports and rumors that have reached the web.

This particular design comes from Deani Hansen from Copenhagen, Denmark, and it makes use of a square shape, something very much inspired form Windows 8 and its tiled design.

See for yourself:

Makes sense, in many ways, how the Live Tiles are displayed.

As the images above show, the device runs a trimmed down version of Windows, but also makes use of a number of Windows Phone features, including Cortana the personal digital assistant.

HERE Maps, Messages and Skype are also in.

And while an email application is there, it’s almost excruciating to think anyone using their smartwatch to type up messages, what with the small display and keyboard.

On the whole, thought, this is a pretty feature rich presentation, of what a Windows watch could be.

What do you guys think?

Too much?

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  • 1stkorean

    Of all the smartwatches I have seen and read about this is one I would buy. Just because it is so smart looking, and it is from Microsoft.

    • Fahad Ali

      I hope Microsoft takes its time with their smartwatch. Both Apple and Google have played their cards, and Microsoft can one up them in terms of features and design if they do it right.

      They’re on the correct path with cross platform usage on Android and iOS, along with Windows Phone, unlike the competitors.