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Magellan-Launches-Switch-Fitness-Watches

With the expanding interest in both wrist top computing and integrated fitness watches it is of little surprise that CES would be host to some interesting new product announcements. Magellan, widely known for their handheld and in-car GPS solutions, launched their Switch and Switch Up series of fitness watches in a pre-CES press release this past Friday. As you might imagine, the functionality of ...

i'm-Watch

The concept of harnessing some of your cell phone abilities via a wrist top device is not new, but it is easily an expanding market prime for innovation and a killer product or two. Enter i’m Watch, the Italian designed and Android powered wrist top smartphone portal which is promising to be the world’s first “real smart watch”. The i’m Watch is a wristwatch-style dev...

Casio PRW-5000Y-10R Review

This year Casio took the PRW-5000 we reviewed last year and gave it a makeover: PVD case, blue highlights and an almost stealth look. Let’s start with the specs for the new version, model number PRW-5000Y-10R: Altimeter/barometer, compass and thermometer Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve Tough movement with automatic hand position correction Water resistant to 100m (330ft) Six-band at...

Casio-G-Shock-GW-3000B

Big, bold and analog: this is the GW-3000, from the G-Shock Aviation line. Today we review the GW-3000B, the version with an orange dial and metal bracelet. Let’s get started with the basic features and measurements: Available in blue or orange with a PVD case, and orange/white with a unplated steel case. Tough solar power, 5 month power reserve 6-band atomic timekeeping, accurate to within ...

iPod-Nano-Watch

There's been a lot of talk recently of using the new iPod Nano as a watch (the iWatch, as it's being called), so I thought I'd pick one up and give it a try. The good: Music, audio books, and radio right on your wrist. If you already use a...

Seiko-

Just announced at Basel is an interesting advance from Seiko: a bitmapped grey-scale E-ink display with 80,000 pixels and 300 dots per inch, comparable to a good laser printer. Claimed to be a real product and not just a concept, it has amazing promise for programmable, legible displays. Photo-accurate moonphase?...

o.d.m.-3-touch

Today's review of the o.d.m. 3-touch digital, model SU101-3, is a bit unusual for Watch Report. We don't usually cover fashion watches, but the 3-touch is worth making an exception. Read on and see if you agree. Specifications: Touch-screen-controlled digital watch. Available in four color combinations: the SU101-3 is a...

inPulse-Smartphone-Watch

If you like feature-rich digital watches, and have a Blackberry, the upcoming inPulse will probably make you very, very happy. It's a watch, but closely integrated with the RIM Blackberry via Bluetooth. Time, alarms, and more, all set via the Blackberry and displayed on the watch. It has a vibrate...

Phosphor-P-0302-and-P-0201

As mentioned in the previous Phosphor review, we also received two of their newest curved e-ink models: the P-0302 and P-0201. (The picture to the right is the 0201.) With these watches, Phosphor has embraced the capabilities that differentiate e-ink from previous technology, creating curved displays previously impossible. While they...

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