Casio G-Shock With Speed Pass Chip

Posted: Sep 28 2004, 3:43am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:59pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
Casio G-Shock with Speed Pass Chip
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Wrist Dreams reports about Casio introducing a G-Shock wirstwatch with speed pass payment system.

Casio announced in june a Credit-card wristwatch called the Offica. Casio collaborates with JCB on the electronic non-contact payment system.
The new G-Shock with speed pass works on 283 Exxon Mobile Gas stations in Japan. The idea is to directly pay with the G-Shock at the fuel pump. The Speed Pass system comes with an insurance, that protects customers when the watch gets stolen. The G-Shock GWS-900 is of course water proof and solar powered. It features world time and memo functions.
More details on Wrist Dreams.



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