Israel Army Uses Video Wristwatch V-Rambo

Posted: Mar 6 2005, 2:59am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:33pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

Israel Army uses Video Wristwatch V-Rambo
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The Israely army is field-testing a Video wristwatch with the fun code-name V-Rambo.

The Video watch displays color video that is transmitted directly from drones in real-time at 30 frames per second. Israely military technology company Tadiran developed the V-Rambo and will show the system to the public next week at a Tel Aviv conference on urban warfare and "low intensity" conflict.
More details in AP story on Yahoo. (News Tip: Jason)

Watching TV on a Wristwatch is also available for everybody with the NHJ Wrist TV.

More cool technology wirstwatches on Wrist Dreams.

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