Zypad WL 1000 wireless computer watch

The Zypad WL 1000 wireless computer that is worn on the wrist was developed by Parvus and put on display at Washington D.C. The WL 1000 provides the user with instant access to computing functions, boasting hands-free operation, WiFi connectivity, and built-in GPS tracking – making this the perfect tool for those who work in emergency search and rescue and other similar situations. It runs on Linux or Windows CE operating systems and remains connected via WiFi, Bluetooth, or GPS. It can even detect whether the wearer is motionless or have fallen down, a feature that could potentially save the life of the wearer. More features after the jump. • Operating System: Standard platform supports Windows CE 5.0 or LINUX based on Kernel 2.6
• Display: 3.5&Prime TFT touchscreen automatic contrast adjustment via ambient light sensor
• Wireless: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
• GPS: Integrated GPS receiver and antenna
• Audio: Stereo speakers and headphone jack for external headset to support multimedia applications
• Battery Life: Average 8+ hours of operations, depending on use
• Expandability: Mini Secure Digital memory slot and USB (Master & Device) ports
• Accelerometer: Tilt and Dead Reckoning System allows to determine whether or not the user is moving (GPS supplies the position)
• Keyboard: 11 backlit keys
• Ergonomic Design: Designed to comfortably fit the user’s wrist, under or over clothes, for hands free operations
• Pen Device: Integrated stylus connected to the strap

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