Suunto Readies N3 Microsoft SPOT Watch

Posted: Oct 25 2003, 10:41am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:03pm CDT , in Portable Devices


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Suunto readies n3 Microsoft SPOT Watch

Suunto readies their Microsoft SPOT Watch. Suunto announced its Microsoft SPOT Partnership in January this year.
We reported about the Fossil Wrist Net MSNDirect Watch that also gets ready just in time for this Christmas Season.

The Suunto n-series use radio frequencies to offer consumers customizable, real-time information. Suunto launched a very cool Flash site for its Suunto n3 SPOT watch. Similar to the Fossil MSNDirect Watch the Suunto n3 will provide a wide variety of information on demand – including mobile Internet, e-mail, channels for news, weather, sports and stock quotes, and a calendar.
Suunto does not give an exact date and price yet for its SPOT watch, but it will be available for this Christmas season. We know that the Fossil MSNDirect is going on sale on November 17th for $199.00.
Update 10/27/03:
Suunto n3 will sell for $299.99. It actually will ship 01/2004 and not this Christmas season. See Suunto Shop for details.

Microsoft features a couple of promotional SPOT Watch featuring Videos on its Smart Personal Objects Technology Site.

See Also:
Fossil Microsoft Wrist Net MSNDirect SPOT Watch
Microsoft SPOT Watches Gallery
TAG Heuer Monaco - The Coolest Watch on The Planet

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