Category: Smartwatch

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Mutewatch at CES 2013

Posted by Charbax – January 9, 2013

Check out the Mutewatch.

Yves Behar at Gigaom Roadmap #roadmapconf

Posted by Charbax – November 7, 2012

Yves Behar talks about wearable computing, the Ouya project on Kickstarter, the upcoming OLPC XO Tablet and more. Design has the power to educate, inform, change society and create new opportunities where none existed. And in an environment of connectivity, design has another aim: It wants to be free. Hear why from the designer that brought you the Jawbone headset, the open-source game console Ouya, and many other groundbreaking product designs.

You can also watch his discussion with Om Malik at Gigaom Roadmap here:

Stefan Olander shows Nike Fuel Band at Gigaom Roadmap #roadmapconf

Posted by Charbax – November 7, 2012

Connected gadgets attached to our bodies are enabling us to track and manage our physical routines, fitness plans and health functions.

Hear how design and data will deliver the quantified self. You can also watch the official discussion video here:

Oregon Scientific Bluetooth Smart Watch at the HKTDC Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – October 25, 2012

Oregon Scientific shows their newest Bluetooth wrist watch that connects to Android, iPhones, iPads over bluetooth to send and receive information, this one sounds optimized for sports, fitness and play applications. This video was filmed at the HKTDC Hong Kong Electronics Fair.

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HK Dream-Tech MP4 wrist watch and MT6577 Android phone

Posted by Charbax – October 12, 2012

please watch this video and write an interesting description of this video in the comments that I can use here on YouTube and on my blog. I'm too busy video-blogging. Thanks!!

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The 2″ Android Watch at the Canton Electronics Fair

Posted by Charbax – April 21, 2012

At the Canton Electronics Fair, I found perhaps the supplier or the partner of DVIP Phaeton that I filmed last CES that was showing this 2" MT6516 based Android wrist watch.

Mute Watch at Lift 2012

Posted by Charbax – February 25, 2012

The Mute Watch is made by Mai-Li Hammargren, it provides an interesting design, display and user interface. You can order it for 199 Euros at: http://mutewatch.com

Phaeton DVIP $200 Android Watch uses MTK6516 with dual-SIM

Posted by Charbax – January 17, 2012

Shenzhen Phaeton Nice Electronic High-Tech Manufacturing Co Ltd is showing this Android Watch shown at CES 2012. It supports 2 SIM GPRS/voice cards on the MTK6516 processor, soon they'll use the faster 3G-enabled MTK6573 processor. For now it's Froyo, the MTK6573 may support Ice Cream Sandwich soon, to be confirmed. So this is not just an Android watch, thanks to the Mediatek processor, it can replace your smartphone. It has a built-in camera, MicroSD card slot, speaker, microphone and more. It uses a 2" 320x240 QVGA capacitive touch screen, standby battery can be about 1 week, 36 hours active use, to be confirmed. The price is just $200 for bulk orders, minimum order quantity of 500. They also show a $70 1.5" feature phone watch and a

Casio GB-6900 G-Shock, Bluetooth 4.0 watch

Posted by Charbax – January 12, 2012

Communicates with your Android smartphone that has an ultra low power Bluetooth 4.0 support. Battery life is about 2 years with Bluetooth synchronized to your phone 12 hours per day. It synchronizes with incoming calls, incoming SMS, with time zone changes, it can sound an alarm on your phone if you can't find it. They are expanding the functionality to support other apps in Android.

I’m Watch, i.MX233 Android Bluetooth wrist watch

Posted by Charbax – October 27, 2011

They are launching before Christmas, it's a $299/299€ Android watch, running on the Freescale i.MX233 ARM9 processor, it has a 1.54" capacitive touch screen, with Bluetooth it synchronizes with any Android phone, iPhone or other smartphone, there is an API to adapt Android apps to it.