Smart Watch With Color LCD Display And IrDA

Posted: Mar 12 2004, 12:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:22pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Smart Watch with Color LCD Display and IrDA
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We reported about those color screen Smart Watches from Hong Kong couple of days ago. Back then we said they are available only in Hong Kong, but they are actually available at Thinkgeek in the USA.
We just got a tip that Brando ships the smart watch internationally.

The Smart Watch from ThinkGeek has a 256 color, 72x64 pixel LCD display and graphical menus, and can store digital snapshots as well as your phonebook. The internal memory capacity of this gadget watch is 128k.

Other features include:

- Time, alarm, timer, stopwatch, 100 year calendar
- Phonebook and scheduler (with alarm)
- Picture viewer and melody player
- Data exchange (to and from) with mobile phones, PDA and PC
- Wireless data exchange via IrDA
- Includes user manual, software, connector cable, battery
- Software works with Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP

Combine this watch with the Nokia Medallion I to make all your jewelry electronic!

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