The Smart Watch Revolution is upon us and let us welcome it as a welcome change.
Over the last six months the gadget curators at gizmotakeout have been following the renaissance of the “smart watch”. So what are our thoughts, read on?
There are some high profile contenders in this space like the Pebble smart watch, The Sony Smart Watch; the I’m watch and then a slew of unknown brands in this space. The review will concentrate on the Sony Smart Watch. Stay tuned for our review of the I’m Watch. We will wait till we can get our hands on the Pebble smart watch. Overtime we will dedicate a segment to the unknown Chinese brands as I am sure there are some cheap gems there also.
The Sony Smart Watch
This device is best considered an extension of your mobile Android phone. It does not work with IPhones. Of all the phones we find this the most useful as it does not try to do too much but does few things well. So what all can it do
- In a nut shell you can see Text Messages, Phone Book, Facebook, Twitter, Find Phone, Music Player Remote, Calendar Reminders, Weather, Missed Call Notification, Call Handling, Phone Battery/Signal Status, and Gmail Notifier.
- Actually you can download aver 200 widgets to this screen.
- It does display the time if you really need to know
- This is the perfect watch to have when you leave your phone for charging (which has to happen with many Android phones) or if your phone is in your bag (which has to happen with several large form factor Android phones) or if you have a big house and your phone is ringing far far away, or if your …. I think you get the picture right.
- Oh by the way, it looks good and has several straps you can use, making this a perfect fashion accessory.
Everyone should try out this watch; it will work perfectly for a few with constant use as we are looking for ways to NOT carry our phones everywhere.
We will be carrying this at www.gizmotakeout.com for a special introductory price of 39.99$ for all gadget lovers to try out. Enjoy
The Blackberry 10 is the newest big name gadget for us gadget lovers. Whatever the world says, BlackBerry is here to stay. There are too many Crackberries in the world that would dig this. The specs of this device are still rumored, so take the picture and specs with a pinch of salt.
Processor: Suspect Dual Core 1.5GHz TI OMAP 4470・ Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960
Radio: Quad Band HSPA+ / UMTS (850/900/1700/1900/2100MHz) ・Quad Band GSM / GPRS (850/900/1800MHz) ・Quad Band LTE: Bands 2,4,5,13,17 (700, 850,1700, 1900MHz)
Display: 4.2″・1280×768・356PPI ・24 Bit Color ・15:9
Camera: 8MP Auto Focus ・2MP Front Facing ・Flash ・1080p Video Recording
Memory: 1GB RAM ・16GB Internal Storage ・
WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n ・2.4/5GHz
GPS: Autonomous ・A-GPS
Battery: 1800mAh Removable
Sensors: Ambient Light Detector ・Accelerometer ・Magnetometer ・Gyroscope ・Face Detect for phone calls
Connectivity: NFC ・microUSB ・microHDMI-Out ・Bluetooth 4.0 LE
We highly recommend everyone tries this out. We hope to have this available at launch for a limited time for 39.99$, if it is released unlocked. We hope you will enjoy this, Let us know in the comments section if you have any thoughts or would like to be first to try this out..
I think everyone with a computer knows about Google’s Nexus line. In essence it is Google’s answer to Apples model of controlling the hardware and software completely to give users the best possible experience. The Nexus lines of android mobile smart phones, tablets have been winners so far. There have been some missteps so far like the Nexus Q (enough said…right)
The Nexus 4 is the latest Google smartphone. It is THE BEST ANDROID PHONE out there currently. Right out the box it carries Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) with a whole host of features that your current Android device does not have. Therefore this needs to be tried out right now by everyone who is locked in a contract, just to see what you are missing out on.
- 4.7 inch screen, 1280×768 pixels, Gorilla Glass 2, 139 grams, 9.1 mm thick.
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC.
- Android Jelly Bean, Google Now, Google Play, Google Search, Google Maps
This device is pretty much sold out at most stores. So go ahead and rent this out and see what you have been missing. It is available at www.gizmotakeout.com for a special introductory rate of 29.99$.