Category: Watches

Wood Watch displays time in simple yet different way

Grovemade Wood Watch

Wristwatches are one of the most liked accessories that show our overall personality and flair. For this very reason there have been quite a number of ways in which one can opt to see time since centuries now. From the exquisite mechanical watches to the ones that are uber futuristic. But nothing can be compared to a watch made from natural components like wood. Grovemade, a Portland-based company collaborated with designer Stefan Andren to craft a watch that looks very sober and shows time in its unique way. Wood Watch is made from premium America hardwood and shows time through small little holes that are engraved into the watch face.
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Apple iWatch expected to come in three size models from 1.6 to 1.8 inches

Apple iWatch

About a month ago, we told you about rumors that were going around about the Apple iWatch. Again, this much awaited gadget is in the limelight with some newspapers and Apple analysts giving out latest speculations about the watch. According to reports, Apple is working on three iWatch models ranging from 1.6 to 1.8 inches to be launched this fall. It is assumed that the iWatch will be coming in a 1.6-inch variant and two1.8-inch variants. One of the larger models will come with a scratch-resistant sapphire glass display protection.
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Ritot is the world’s first projection smartwatch for uber’ geeks

Ritot world's first projection smartwatch

Normal watches are so mainstream and you have been wearing them for ages. It’s time to wrap a projection watch on your wrist that projects the current time, notification from your smartphone and more on the back of your hand. Yes Ritot is a revolutionary smartwatch that has projection technology which works well in the night time as well as day time. You can choose from more than 20 projection colors to suit your mood and attire. The waterproof smartwatch automatically displays a notification and then disappears in 10 seconds. The notifications can be anything from your Twitter network to incoming calls on the smartphone.
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FiDELYS Smartwatch comes with futuristic iris recognition system

FiDELYS Smartwatch

Sometimes its too frustrating and a tedious job for our brain to remember all the complicated and uncountable number of different passwords for our computers, accounts and phones. Not anymore, as the newly developed FiDELYS Smartwatch is here to help us with this problem. An innovative step in the field of the wearable technology, the FiDELYS is the world’s first iris recognition enabled smartwatch. Equipped with a built in camera at the base of the screen to capture an image of the user’s eye, the smartwatch uses its iris recognition capability to unlock one’s devices, secure websites and services also. And the best part is that one does not have to sign in again and again unless the magnetic seal on the watch’s clasp remains intact.

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Hotblack watch shows real time football scores of FIFA World Cup 2014

Hotblack Smartwatch Soccer World Cup goal display

FIFA fever is high and people around the globe are eagerly tracking the progress of their favorite teams during this World cup in Brazil. Probably high time to come up with a smartwatch that shows real time scores of your favorite team and their opponents. London-based Richard Hoptroff has been thinking along the same lines therefore he has made an analog smartwatch dubbed Hotblack watch which shows real time scores of ongoing matches in FIFA 2014 football world cup in Brazil.
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WiMe NanoSmart: A smartwatch that can be used in 5 different modes

WiMe Nanosmart smartwatch

Smartwatches are the trend these days and the end-user is always on the lookout for a smartwatch that is easy to use and ultra-durable. WiMe Nanosmart smartwatch is one of those wearables that is tailor-made for your requirements. Whether you want to answer calls on the go, listen to music or maybe even the local radio station. WiMe touts it as a trendy mini GSM phone with a SIM card slot that syncs with your Android or iOS smartphone courtesy the NanoSmart app.

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Is Apple iWatch health-tracking smartwatch just around the corner?

Apple iWatch smartwatch

Apple iWatch smartwatch and health fitness tracking wearable device might be just around the corner as they hinted on an upgraded operating system for mobile devices at the WWDC 2014. Although Apple didn’t say much about the exact wearables they are developing but all the pieces of the puzzle point towards a smartwatch that is going to be one step above all the other smartwatches currently on offer. Everything that Apple hinted at WWDC 2014 pin-points towards the iWatch which is going to be a high-end health tracking device with all the upbeat features of a cool smartwatch. By all probability we could see Apple iWatch smartwatch be revealed in the month of October by Apple.
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$80 MOTA Smartwatch G2 amalgamates style with functionality

MOTA Smartwatch G2

When a trend sets-in it takes everything out of the equation and a race to become the best in that trend wave can make or break a brand’s fortune. MOTA SmartWatch G2 is another entrant to the highly competitive smartwatch market with a very fresh approach towards design. This new smartwatch is compatible with both Android and iOS mobile devices, with quick connectivity courtesy Bluetooth 3.0 wireless technology.
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Computex 2014: Flexible battery embedded in smartwatch strap for extra juice

ProLogium flexible battery Computex 2014

Wearables are the future and they are on the priority agenda for many electronic manufacturers. One issue that needs to be addressed is, how to power up these lightweight and thin form factor gadgets without compromising weight or design. At Computex 2014, ProLogium, a flexible battery manufacturer showed off its idea of powering up wearables like smartwatches. With the capability to integrate a thin flexible battery no thicker than 1.5mm into the strap of the smartwatch, it boosts the battery reserve of a smartwatch like Samsung Gear by almost double.
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