Until now, the smartphone market has been lacking in a true high tech wrist watch or ‘smart watch’ that perfectly pairs and shares the capabilities of our smartphones. Sure LG had a proper go at it with the LG GD910 but it was expensive and never picked up in popularity. This is why we think the Allerta Pebble smart watch will be big.

 

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Geeky gadgets: Click Keypad watch

On December 14, 2011, in Gadgets, Geeky, by KLS

Why do geeks generally get excited by watches so much? Its probably not because we like the function that they deliver but the way it is delivered. For me, its the number of buttons and how awkward the process required is, in order to retrieve a bloody time reading.

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We have seen all sorts of smart wristwatches in the past years, and after seeing watches that can check your text messages and missed calls, we have a watch that can check your BAC  (Blood Alcohol Level).

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We’ve seen plenty of wristwatch mobile phones in the past, but none powered by the infamous Google Android OS, until now. This latest cellphone watch is called i’mWatch, and unlike other cellphone watches on the market, it runs on its own custom version of Android OS.

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Forerunner wrist watches are not new but this latest addition to the popular Garmin series does come with some appealing features. The new Garmin watch, Forerunner 610 is the first to come with a touchscreen, instead of buttons.

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TAG Heuer Mikrotimer Flying 1000 wrist watch

On March 30, 2011, in Gadgets, by Costea

Unlike its predecessor, Heuer Carrera Mikrograph 1/100th Second, it benefits from a chronograph watch with a range of 10 times faster.

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The German company Botta is offering a classic looking watch that brings a new way of time reading. Clocks with hands are usually divided into 12 hours and two hands​​, whereas Uno 24 from Botta has a single hand that is walking on a 24-hour dial.

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