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try pressing the power button for 3 to 5 secs. If still no power, connect it to a working usb/power source and try to turn on again.
If no sign of power even connected, you might need a battery replacement. A little history on what happened before this will be helpful
Think of the smartwatch as a smartphone but in miniature so it fits on your wrist.
You can get email, facebook, twitter.
It's touch screen and has a vibration that can remind you about appointments or when you're getting calls.
It's just a way of making smartphones even more accesible to users.