Sony’s e-ink-powered FES Watch (Fashion Entertainments Watch) has been on Japanese crowdfunding site Makuake for months, where it has managed to blow past it’s original goal of $8,500 and has now raised a little more than $20,000. http://youtu.be/omvve2pVPH0 The main feature of the thin device, which is shaped like a traditional wristwatch, appears to be its … Continue reading Sony quietly unveils an e-ink smartwatch on a Japanese crowdfunding site
Glance is a smart accessory for your watch that tells you who is calling, helps you find your phone, enables motion control and has activity tracking. It’s currently a prototype that will effectively turn a regular watch into a slimmed down version of a Smartwatch. It’s design by Kiwi Wearables, a startup based in Toronto, … Continue reading Glance: It’s not a Smartwatch, it’s a smart accessory for your watch
This Rufus Cuff looks like a device straight out of a sci fi movie from the 90’s, but could this be the next logical step forward from the Smartwatch? http://youtu.be/q5Q9ua0fnY0 The Rufus Cuff, currently on Indiegogo with a price tag of $239 for the early birds – will have an array of different functionality – from Web, messaging, voice … Continue reading The Rufus Cuff – a step beyond the Smartwatch
The Pebble smartwatch is not only one of the most functional smartwatches available, it’s also one of the most attractive with its new addition – The Pebble Steel. In its first 12 months of availability, the first Pebble has found its way onto over 300,000 wrists and become one of the most recognizable names in the growing smartwatch space.
Another big contender in the smartwatch space; the Neptune Pine packs two cameras and a fully functional Android 4.1 Operating System. For further information visit www.neptunepine.com