aNewDomain.net — Our Chris Miller is already working on getting to the bottom of what’s going down at CES 2014. He starts out with this coverage in his videocast below. It’s an interview via Chris Miller’s SpikedStudio with the chief technology officer behind the Neptune Pine Smartwatch, to be unveiled at CES 2014 in January.
The Neptune Pine Smartwatch will debut at CES 2014. But I’ve got the first technical review of the product up now at my SpikedStudio YouTube channel. Watch my tech review below — plus my talk with the firm’s CTO, Aaron Wilkins. Scroll below the video for the specs.
Video credit: SpikedStudio with Chris Miller
Here are the specifications of the Neptune Pine Smartwatch and some notable features — and where you can find a discussion of them in the video above.
– 3G / Quadband / GSM (1:45)
– CDMA (2:05)
– Tethering app (3:40)
– Unlocking (4:00)
– Voice calls and WiFi
– Bluetooth (4:40)
– Battery life (9:40)
– Snapdragon processor (10:20)
– Actual sizing on your wrist (11:40 and 22:10)
– Full QWERTY keyboard (12:10)
– Fitness capabilities (13:20)
– GPS (13:40)
– Timeline and cost (15:40)
– The watch band (20:45)
– Helmet mount (21:30)
– 5MP camera on the back and VGA front camera (21:40 and 22:30)
– Android Jellybean (22:15)
– Heart rate monitor (23:40)
For aNewDomain.net and SpikedStudio, I’m Chris Miller.
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Really? Who the hell is going to wear this monolith on their wrist? Oh I guess the same tards who would buy and wear Google glass!
If someone gifted you either of these products, would you wear them?
It isnt that big if you think of a large 62mm watch face. Length it is longer, but the width is about the same. But not carrying a phone too? Worth the try.It’s just a SIM card swap.
Also, look at the size of the Galaxy Gear, would you wear that with less function?
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