Tagged: smart watches

Blocks Modular Smartwatch with Smart Band

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSSmart watches have one major downside – they’re tough to upgrade. Maybe your favorite watch doesn’t have GPS or Wifi. That is where Blocks comes in. It’s a modular smart watch that uses the watch band to add what you need. From extra battery life, gesture control, and sim card modules to extra sensors, haptic modules, programmable buttons and more, Blocks can adjust to your need. The band links are interchangeable so you can add or remove what works for you. The watch itself is a Snapdragon 400 quad-core ARM Cortex processor with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB storage. It also has a 400 mAh battery, WiFi, BLE Bluetooth, a microphone and runs Cyanogen Android for Smart watches. The modules are hot swappable and are designed to be waterproof and keep dirt out of the electronics. Blocks was a...

Exclusive First Look at MyKronoz ZeRound Smartwatch

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSMyKronoz is a swiss company that not only makes smartwatches using their own hardware and software, they also make some great quartz timepieces. In March MyKronoz will debut the ZeRound – the newest product in their smartwatch portfolio. This new watch in their line connects to any iOS or Android device via Bluetooth 4.0, notifies you of calls and other messages, selfies from your wrist through a camera remote, find my phone features and of course monitors your steps, distance and calories burned. More information on the watch will be out at Mobile World Congress next month. It will have a price of $99 US when released in March. More information at MyKronoz.com

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