Available NOW: Cell Phone Watch For $200

December 10, 2007


You may recall the Hyundai Cameraphone Watch we reported on in October. Well this isn't it. But it is a cell phone watch. Available from ThinkGeek now for $200, it's an unlocked GSM cell phone and PDA all stuffed into a package you wear on your wrist. You'll need service with AT&T/Cingular or T-Mobile for the little guy to work (sorry for now Verizon and Sprint users) and it comes with a whopping 60MB of built in storage. I was considering one, but I had the guy that runs the clinic out the back of a Chinese restaurant install a cell phone in my brain. Unfortunately, I think some stray lo mien made its way in there as well. I'm thinking with noodles, man!

A picture of the included accessories and a huge list of specs and features after the cut.


Product Features

Wristwatch based mobile phone features a touchscreen and built in stylus
Tri-band unlocked GSM Phone (900/1800/1900 MHz), GPRS Speed for Data
Alternately may be configured as a hanging necklace pendant
Sends SMS and MMS messages. Supports SMS group sending
Can play back MP3 music files and display Movie Files
Supports MP3 or MIDI based ringtones
Built-in basic handwriting recognition
WAP Browser
Bluetooth Headset Support
Built-in Speakerphone
Voice Recorder
Calendar with Scheduled Appointments
Note Taker Application
E-Book Support
Scheduled power on/off
Built-in Calculator
Currency and Unit Converter
Tells the Time with alarm clock function

In the Box

Cell Phone Watch
Watch Band
Two Lithium Ion Batteries
Bluetooth Headset
Wired Headset
Wall Charger - 110-240V AC
USB Data/Charging Cable
Bluetooth Headset Charging Cable
Pendant Adapter
User Manual

Hardware Specifications

Watch Size (not including band) 2.43" x 1.68" x 0.63"
LCD Size: 1.3 inch, 65K colors, 176220px
Ringtone: 64 chord; Ringtone formats: mp3, midi
Music: MP3 music background play, built-in equalizer
Video: MP4 playback. Supports full screen play
Memory: Built-in 60MB of Storage, no extended memory supported
Data Transfer: USB Disk Mode. Works with any standard OS
Operating Frequency: GSM
Network Frequency: 900/1800MHz/1900
Network Data: GPRS
Talk time: about 100-180 minutes
Standby time: 140-200 hours

Product Page

and a big thanks to Beeker for the tip

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