Garmin unveiled two models of running watches, the models Garmin Forerunner 620 and Forerunner 220. Both models feature a built-in accelerometer that is capable of tracking distance and pace, Bluetooth Smart wireless upload capabilities and are capable of sending runners’ run data to the Garmin online community (Garmin Connect). They are also water-resistant to 50m with rechargeable batteries that are said to last up to six weeks in watch mode and up to 10 hours in training mode. Continue reading »
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Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch will be available to customers in Canada on October 4th. It features a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED display, 320×320 resolution, 4GB of storage space and 512MB of RAM. It weighs 74 grams and has a 1.9-megapixel camera (is acble to record videos in 720p HD)
This smartwatch has a battery with capacity of 315 mAh and costs $300. Continue reading »
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Hyundai, more known for building cars, is going to release yet another watch phone, the the MB-910. It boast 132 x 176 Pixel TFT Touch Display (65.000 colors) supporting video playback, tri-band GSM/GPRS and Bluetooth. The 400 mAh allows up to three hours of talk time and 70 hours of standby time. Continue reading »
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Dewitt Incognito 2008 is a unique watchmaking concept developed with contributing of DeWitt and architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte. It was shown only at the watch auction in Monaco. Watch received strong bidding from the beginning (100,000 Euros) and was sold for 400,000 Euro or $632,941. From technical point of view the watch is just amazing justifying the price. It comes with a flying tourbillon regulator, which keeps the watch accurate. There are also five barrels and has a power reserve that lasts up to three weeks. The structure of the watch is made from a lithium-aluminium alloy, and is framed by a spectacular exterior crafted from equally unique materials introducing the completely innovative design of the model. Continue reading »
We know that China every day offers us a couple of surprises with new technological innovations and today we have this clock Chinavision that beside of showing us time has a mp4 player and an e -book reader. The watch has an OLED screen of 1.5-inch display where we can reproduce MP4, WMV and AVI. The resolution of the video is 160 x 128 pixels and clock has a USB 2.0 connection. It even has a microphone incorporated which will record audio in WAV format. Its available for 1GB for $46, 2GB for $53 and 4GB for $65.
The new IMobile C1000 is a really complete clock with touch screen and capacities of cellular, PMP and PDA and multimedia functions like audio and video reproduction.
It has screen with resolution of 176 xs 220 allowing to recognize Chinese characters, connectivity Bluetooth, 60 MB of ram , reproductive of audio (MP3)/video (MP4). Its available in the United States, but its only recommendable for people who know anything about Chinese language.