I say, most of us who are younger might not see a need to wear a watch. After all, our smartphones already do a pretty good job at telling the time, and more often than not, we would be spending way too much time with the handset itself to realize that we could settle for an alternative when it comes to telling the time, that is, by wearing a wristwatch. How about bringing the Android operating system over to the watch? The $99 WiMe NanoWatch is definitely not the first of its kind, but it will expand the horizons of an Android-powered timepiece.
Basically, the WiMe NanoWatch lets you make calls, check out the time, set alarms, and even perform some basic actions, all of it being made possible whenever you pair it up to an Android-powered phone over a Bluetooth connection. It will feature a 1.54” 240 x 240 pixel resistive touchscreen display, running on a 300mAh battery that delivers up to 4 hours of talk time, carry 256MB ROM and 2GB of internal memory.
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