Wirelessly charged Agent Smartwatch is real smart

Agent Smartwatch

Smartwatches are going to be the buzz in coming years and everyone is trying to cash-in the advantage but only few have managed to appeal to the end-users. Agent Smartwatch developed by Secret Labs and House of Horology is one smartwatch that is impressive. Having achieve the humungous funding goal saimply because of its appealing features, Agent Smartwatch loaded with ARM Cortex-M4 processor (and a secondary processor in low power state) and 1.28 inch Sharp Memory Display is all set to hit the shelves soon. With uncompromising battery life courtesy the best new technologies available and Qi wireless charging option, this smartwatch beats its competitors fair and square in battery life. Not only that, the watch apps are also impressive with this smartwatch as it has two-way communication to smartphones and development tools that extend its functionality even further.

Agent Smartwatch

Since the smartwatch comes with 3-axis accelerometer, it can be used as a pedometer, sleep tracker, gaming controller and much more depending on the apps available. There are limitless watchfaces for exclusivity and it takes control of your smartphone via Bluetooth connectivity. One feature that impressed me a lot was the fact that when you leave your smartphone behind the smartwatch vibrates to alarm you.

Agent Smartwatch

# Agent smartwatch specs

• 120MHz ARM Cortex-M4 processor
with secondary AVR co-processor
• 1.28″ Memory Display (128 x 128)
with intelligent backlighting
• Anti-glare glass lens
• Bluetooth 4.0 BD/EDR + LE
• 3-axis accelerometer
• Ambient light sensor
• Vibration motor
• 7 days battery life (typical)
30 days in watchface-only mode
• Qi wireless charging
• Water resistant (ATMs: TBD)
• AGENT OS 1.0
including .NET Micro Framework 4.3
• RoHS, Pb-free
• Designed for repair and recycling
including replaceable battery
• Compatible with iPhone 4S, Android 2.3 and Windows Phone 8

Via: Kickstarter



Hailing from the northern region of India, Gaurav has a profound liking for everything upbeat in the cloud and vision to acquaint readers with the latest technology news. He likes to observe nature, write thought provoking quotes, travel places, drive cars and play video games when things get too boring. And his food for thought comes from ambient music scores he listens to.

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