Friday, 20 July 2012

Im Watch

i’m Watch connects to your smartphone through Bluetooth™ and delivers to your wrist, calls, text messages, emails, notifications, music, agenda, weather forecast, pictures and any other app you desire.
Intelligent and ergonomic,with a soft and elegant silhouette and a curvedHD touchscreen: i’m Watch is so fast and easy to use that it will leave everything else behind. i’m Watch: the whole world around your wrist.


the Android-powered I’m Watchsmartphone/wristwatch i’m Watch is related the hybird company The app will come with a selection of apps specifically optimized for the smaller screen. All the usual suspects will be included– weather, stocks, Twitter, Facebook, etc.

Included in the device, which sports a 1.54” (240×240) TFT display, is an ARM IMX233 processor, 64MB RAM, 4GB Flash memory, built-in speaker and mic, 3.5mm headphone jack, and Bluetooth 2.1. It also packs in a rechargeable Li-Po 400 MAh battery which provides up to 30 hours standby and 3 hours talk time on speaker phone.

We’re still curious to find out how the device interacts with iPhone, which the company claims it supports. The company is obviously hoping the device will make an impact when it eventually becomes available
We’ve seen what SONY and Motorola have come up with, but their devices don’t really do everything we want an Android powered
The Motorola ACTV is a niche device intended to work independently of your smartphone as an exercise accessory. The SONY LiveView 2 is really only a Bluetooth enabled accessory that features some nice widgets that tie into your phone. But they don’t work without having an Android powered phone by your side.


The new i’m Watch takes a different approach, offering a smart watch experience integrated with Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth that allows users to load music and other applications directly onto the device without having to rely on a smartphone at all times.  Specs on the i’m Watch include a 1.54-inch 240×240 pixel (220ppi) curved capacitive display, 450 MHz ARM processor, 64 or 128 MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and a 450 mAh battery.
Battery life for the i’m Watch is rated at 48 hours of standby time, but that number drops off to only 24 hours if you have Bluetooth enabled. The i’m Watch team was brutally honest with me, saying that battery life is one of the main limitations of the device. Most people will be able to get through a full day with i’m Watch, but the battery can be drained in as little as three hours if you leave the display on the entire time.
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