i’m Watch Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show
What is i’m Watch?
One event gadget-lovers and geeks look forward to is the annual Consumer Electronics Show which gives us a peek into the future. The i’m watch turned a lot of heads this year. It’s a hybrid of a phone, browser, watch and music player all on your wrist!
Unlike Sony’s Smartwatch, this operates as an independent unit that can be connected to your smartphone whether it’s Android or Apple’s iOS. The I’M watch also connects to Bluetooth headsets giving you the freedom to listen to radio or your tunes on the go.
How Much is the i’m Watch?
Prices range from $329 up to $2299 Click here to see individual product choices
Which Operating Systems Connect to the i’m Watch?
According to their web site:
- Android (HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG, etc.)
- RIM (Blackberry)
- IOS (Apple iPhone)
- Bada (Samsung)
- Symbian (Nokia)
- Windows Phone 7
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