GSM Phone In Wrist Watch Disguise

By 03:29 Thu, 08 Jul 2021 Comments

Ever wanted to know how it feels for a secret agent to blow their cover by talking on their wrist watch? Well, if you did, the guys over at seem to have the correct small something for you. The Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) wrist watch is a fool-around cool Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) phone/gadacquire that comes loaded with features.

The 1.3" 65K color TFT touchclassy screen display is probably the first thing to fascinate you (the tiny stylus is tucked inside the body). The Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) wrist watch also has a music and video player (MP3 and MP4) - unfortunately all you have is 60Mega Bytes (MB) of integrated memory that's not expandable in any way.

The Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) wrist watch has a tri-band GSM/General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) support, a Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) browser, it supports MP3 and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) ringtones, and also has a sound recorder, calendar and a notes application with basic handwriting recognition. There is also e-book support, calculator, currency and unit converter, plus the small fellow can disclose the time out loud.

Sound like a yummy offer - it does all the regular low discontinue Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) mobile stuff correct off your hand, plus you acquire that cloak-and-dagger form factor. The watch has Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface for transferring data to and from a computer, charges via Universal Serial Bus (USB) or using a wall socket.

The retail package includes a wireless Bluetooth headset (a wired one is also supplied) and two batteries. The best thing is this nifty gadacquire costs only USD 199.99.

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